Update: Sarnia Police focus on car used in murder

By Craig Hendry

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The investigation into the murder of Joanne Underhill on September 7, 2021 is still ongoing.

Sarnia Police Services are still piecing together the evidence that they have. Law enforcement is now focusing on locating a grey, four door Mazda Protege. Police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating the vehicle which traveled between Twin Lakes Drive and Ross Ave. in the early morning of Friday September 7, 2012. The exact route that the car traveled is not know at this time. Below are photos of the car.

The 50-year-old Underhill was found deceased in her Twin Lakes home after Sarnia Police were called for a break-in in progress at 4:45 a.m. An autopsy was performed in London on Saturday September 9, 2012, with the cause of death being listed as a stab wound.

Underhill’s estranged husband, 52-year-old James Province was arrested, and is facing a first degree murder charge. Province had been living on Ross Ave. after he and Underhill seperated in 2010. Province remains in custoday, and has a court appearance on October 9, 2012.

A back-pack that is believed to have been dis-guarded by Province, has not yet been located after an extensive search by Sarnia Police and volunteers.

Anyone with any information about this vehicle or the homicide of Joanne Underhill is asked to call Detective Staff Sergeant Scott MacLean at 519-344-8861, extension 6077 or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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Photo from Sarnia Police Services

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Photo from Sarnia Police Services