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Alexander Kalichuk Wikipedia
Alexander Kalichuk (3 November 1923 - 1975) was a Royal Canadian Air Force Sergeant.
Alexander Kalichuk served in the Royal Canadian Air Force during World War II. Released in 1945, the airman returned to civilian life, but in 1950 he re-enrolled in the RCAF. Kalichuk was originally posted to RCAF Station Trenton, but soon after was transferred to RCAF Station Clinton, north of London, Ontario. Kalichuk served at Clinton as a Supply Technician until 1955, when he released from the RCAF to take a civil service examination. Unsuccessful, Kalichuk returned to the RCAF and Clinton before the end of the year.
He was arrested and charged for attempting to lure three young girls into his car. The charges were dismissed due to lack of evidence.
In the mid 1960s, a file was uncovered that detailed Sgt. Kalichuk had been psychologically evaluated as a manic depressive. He had two counts of indecent exposure on his record before.
Kalichuk was never a suspect in the murder of Lynne Harper, nor was he investigated as such, but remains a person of public interest.
Kalichuk died of alcoholism in 1975, after years of being accused in the murder of Lynne Harper.