VANCOUVER, B.C. - Police are unable to say whether an attack on a woman out running in a popular forest area on Vancouver's west side was random or targeted.

RCMP spokesman Cpl. Peter Thiessen held a news conference Tuesday but released few details to the public, including autopsy results on Wendy Lander-Beaudry, 53, whose body was discovered Friday afternoon in Pacific Spirit Regional Park by a hiker.

She appears to have been out for a run when she was attacked.

Her family also said Tuesday that police have received more than 50 tips into her death.

RCMP say there are hundreds of tasks still involved with the investigation.

Police also released a description of what she was wearing when she died.

Ladner-Beaudry was wearing black tights, a grey windbreaker, and New Balance running shoes (white, grey and blue).

The victim's husband, Michel Beaudry, issued a statement on the RCMP website.

"The family of Wendy Ladner-Beaudry thanks all members of the community who have contacted police to offer tips to help with the investigation of Wendy's murder.

"We also acknowledge the police resources that are being devoted to this investigation and we encourage anybody who thinks they may have information that could help the investigation to contact the RCMP".

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