Nicole Hasselmann (a.k.a. Nicole Porciello) had injuries "indicative of foul play", say police

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      The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team is seeking the public's help in determining a Burnaby woman's activities on November 16.

      Nicole Hasselmann, a.k.a. Nicole Porciello, was taken to hospital after a crash around 10 p.m. that night in the 8000 block of the Barnet Highway.

      A man was found injured in her 2017 charcoal grey Kia Sorento SUV and is expected to fully recover.

      Hasselmann was outside of the car and didn't survive after being taken to hospital.

      According to the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team, Hasselmann's injuries were "indicative of foul play".

      Police are trying to speak to anyone who came in contact with Hasselmann that day or who saw her vehicle in any one of the following three locations:

      * 7000 block of Ridgeview Drive in Burnaby;

      * 200 block of College Park Way in Port Moody;

      * or the 8000 block of the Barnet Highway in Burnaby.

      A police news release says this incident "is not believed to be random" and there is no risk to the public.

      "The development of the victim's timeline is important in any homicide investigation and it is proving to be crucial in this case," IHIT Cpl. Frank Jang said in a news release.

      The victim's Facebook profile identifies her as a special education assistant working for the Vancouver school district.