ARMSTRONG (NEWS1130) – An autopsy has been completed on the body of a young woman killed Halloween night in Armstrong, but police aren’t releasing any of the findings.

Eighteen-year-old Taylor Van Diest died after being attacked while walking along a popular shortcut near some railway tracks.

RCMP spokesman Gord Molendyk says the autopsy results are considered “hold back” evidence to protect the integrity of the investigation, so police won’t say how she died or whether she’d been sexually assaulted.

Police still haven’t been able to identify a suspect in the killing, but Armstrong Mayor Chris Pieper feels the Mounties are doing all they can.

Meanwhile, Armstrong is holding a memorial this weekend to remember Van Diest and three other residents who died recently.

Two children, Ava Mae and Austin Claassen, died in a motor home fire in Lytton last month, while a workplace accident killed 18-year-old Cullen Rowan in September.