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Woman charged with concealing body

A Richmond resident has been charged with concealing the body of a child, and interfering with a dead body, in connection with an incident during the summer.

Carly Pullman made her first appearance in Richmond provincial court on Tuesday morning.

Richmond Mounties are providing no information about the investigation.

“Sorry, but there’s a publication ban on this, so I won’t be providing any info,” Richmond RCMP Cpl. Sherrdean Turley said via e-mail.

But according to court records, the date of the offence was Aug. 15.

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