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Kaitlin Heidelbach
Tragic End to Search for Missing Teen
With All Our Hearts We Pray for Kaitlin's Family
To Receive a Measure of Comfort During This Very Difficult Time

I am a close friend of the family who recently lost their daughter, Kaitlin Heidelbach, in a tragic accident in Ladysmith.

Tanya and Neil Heidelbach have recently lost their 16 year old daughter Kaitlin in a tragic accident on the Holland Creek Trail in Ladysmith, BC. She was an extraordinary girl who excelled in school, was planning to be a doctor and was actively involved in the community. There has been an out-poor from communities to help the Heidelbachs in a time of need with the unexpected expenses that go along with such an unexpected tragedy. Please send donations to the 'Heidelbach Family'  at Ladysmith and District Credit Union 330 First Ave,  PO Box 430, Ladysmith, BC, V9G 1A3 (250) 245-2247 or Toll Free: 1-888-899-2247.
If you would prefer to send donation's for the Kaitlin Heidelbach Scholarship Bursary Fund please send donations to Queen Margret's School 660 Brownsey Avenue, Duncan, BC, V9L 1C2  Phone: 250-746-4185

Thank you for your support,
Tracey De Frane
(family friend)
Happiness cannot be traveled to, owned, earned, worn or consumed. Happiness is the spiritual experience of living every minute with love, grace and gratitude.  Denis Waitley 

Ladysmith BC
RCMP  File #2013-2360 -
2013-08-30 10:30 PDT

Shortly before 9:30 am this morning, search and rescue technicians working to locate missing 16 year old Kaitlin HEIDELBACH, located a body in the Twin Falls trail area near Ladysmith.  While formal identification has yet to be made by the BC Coroners Service, police believe this to be the body of Kaitlin HEIDELBACH. 

An investigation is underway by the Ladysmith RCMP, and the BC Coroners Service.  While this investigation is in its early stages, there is no indication that foul play was involved.
Ladysmith RCMP officers have notified Kaitlin's family, and will continue to support them in the very difficult days ahead. 
RCMP Victim Services are available to anyone impacted by this tragedy.  This free service can be reached by calling the Ladysmith RCMP Detachment at 250-245-2215.

At 12:10 am this morning, the Ladysmith RCMP received a report of a missing 16 year old girl, Kaitlin Brooke HEIDELBACH.  Kaitlin was last heard from at 6:30 pm last night when she sent a text to her father indicating she was going for a walk, and would be home in a couple of hours.  Kaitlin has not been heard from since.  This behavior is out of character for Kaitlin, prompting her family to contact police.
At 12:50 am this morning, Ladysmith Search and Rescue (SAR) was activated to assist local RCMP officers with a search of the Holland Creek and Heart Lake Trail systems and the Twin Falls area.  Kaitlin often walks these wilderness trails which are located on the southwest side of the Town of Ladysmith.
Kaitlin is described as:
Caucasian female, 16 years old, 5 feet, 11 inches tall, 170 pounds, Long brown hair, Blue eyes, Clothing: black pants, black coat, and black/orange coloured running shoes

Despite the continuing efforts of searchers, no sign of Kaitlin has been found. The RCMP’s Air 8 helicopter began an aerial search at first light. Members from the Cowichan Valley and Nanaimo Search and Rescue (SAR) Teams have also joined this expanding search, alongside family and friends.
Anyone with information on the possible whereabouts of Kaitlin HEIDELBACH is urged to contact the Ladysmith RCMP at 250-245-2215 immediately.

The Alberta RCMP Needs Your Help to Identify a Deceased Individual
The RCMP is asking the public across Canada for assistance in determining the identity of human remains found in Cochrane, Alberta on October 13, 2012
The Calgary Medical Examiner has made the following determinations on t
· The unidentified remains appear to belong to a Caucasian male between the ages of 20 to 60 years.
· The remains had been decomposing for less than a year prior to October 13, 2012.
· The individual had once suffered a broken nose that had healed.
· A facial approximation of the individual’s face is pictured below.
Any individual with information that could help with the investigation or provide the identity of the deceased is asked to call the RCMP tip line at: (403) 699-2709 or via email at:

Missing 16 year-old Nikki Charles THOMAS-DEFRESNE
Coquitlam BC

File # 2013-25003 - 2013-08-23 04:17 PDT
Description: Photo of missing person Nikki Charles THOMAS-DEFRENSE
Coquitlam RCMP seeks the public assistance in locating Nikki Charles THOMAS-DEFRESNE, reported missing from his residence on August 22nd, 2013.
THOMAS-DEFRESNE is described as: A First Nations Male, 5'11" tall with an athletic build, Short black hair
THOMAS-DEFRESNE was last seen wearing a base ball cap, black coloured hoody, dark blue jeans and grey sneakers.

If you spot Nikki Charles THOMAS-DEFRESNE contact your local police immediately. Anyone with information about THOMAS-DEFRESNE or his current whereabouts is asked to contact Coquitlam RCMP at 604-945-1550 and quote file number 2013-25003.


Jaclyn Lee Johnstone
Police Looking For Missing Woman
Ridge Meadows, B.C.
File # 2013-17911 - 2013-08-22 10:38 PDT
Description: Missing Person: Jaclyn Lee Johnstone, 29 years old.
Maple Ridge, B.C. – Ridge Meadows RCMP are asking for the public’s help in locating 29 year old Jaclyn Lee Johnstone. She has not been seen by anyone since July 5, 2013, and has not been in contact with her family since late June of this year.

Corporal Alanna Dunlop said, Police are asking for the public’s help regarding this missing woman. Jaclyn lives on the streets, mainly in Maple Ridge or Pitt Meadows, but her family and friends have not heard from, or seen her in over a month now. She does live a higher risk life style, and is known to be a drug user.

Jaclyn is described as a mulatto female. She is 5 foot 3 inches (160 cm) tall and weighs 112 (51 kgs) pounds. She has black hair and brown eyes. It is unknown what she would be wearing, and she does not drive, or own a vehicle.

Anyone who has any information on her whereabouts is asked to call Ridge Meadows RCMP at 604-463-6251, or the police in the area she is at

Dogs sniff out body in lake
Burns Lake BC
August 28, 2013
Citizen staff

Our Sincere Sympathy Goes Out to Brett's Wife and Family

A team of specially-trained dogs helped search for the body of a Prince George man who went missing earlier this month while boating on Takysie Lake.

At the request of the family of Brett Smith, five dogs and their handlers from the Canadian Search and Disaster Dogs Association (CASDDA) first arrived at the lake, 265 kilometres west of Prince George, two weekends ago.
Sylvie Montier, training coordinator for the Edmonton-based organization, which also has members in B.C., admits the approach is controversial but maintains it works.
It relies on the dogs' keen sense of smell and knowledge of a lake's dynamics.

"When you have something in the water, it gets hit by the current and it slowly goes up to the surface and the dogs smell it at the surface where it comes up," Montier said Tuesday.

When a dog catches the scent, it will start barking and then jump into the water where it senses the smell is the strongest. In the case of the search for Smith, the five dogs made more than 100 jumps, essentially creating a circle in a particular section of the lake.

The handlers used the coordinates from where the dogs went into the water to do a rough calculation and then sent down the sonar equipment, which sent back an image indicating that Smith's body was in the area.
The RCMP were given the heads up but ran into some problems when they sent down their own equipment - the camera was lost in the lake - and the search was called off for the weekend.
Members of Terrace Search and Rescue were called in to help this past weekend and relying in part on the coordinates provided by the dog team, found Smith's body on Saturday about 40 metres away, apparently having drifted somewhat due to a storm the night before.
Most of the dogs and their handlers received their certification in May, following training in Holland. Once they've achieved that level, the only proper training the dogs can get is by actually going out on the water.
They were originally thinking of going to nearby Francois Lake, where Burns Lake resident Syd Neville has not been found since his boat capsized on June 7. But they received a call from Smith's family, who learned about the organization through Takysie Lake Resort, after an initial RCMP search was called off four days after he was reported missing.
After getting approval from the RCMP, the team took to the water.
Asked how they can tell the difference between a body and another item, such as a log, Montier said there are some telltale signs - wood does not give off gas for example - but the only sure way to know is to send down a diver particularly if the lake is as murky as Takysie.
"We have a good idea when there is nothing else, you have just one thing, and that's when the dogs give the alert," Montier said.
Smith's wife, Lisa, praised the the RCMP and Terrace Search and Rescue for their help, but gave a special mention to the Montier and the dogs.
"Many people have not been able to find their loved ones like were were able to," Smith said in an e-mail to The Citizen. "Maybe CASDDA can help locate all the lost souls waiting to be found so their families can have closure."

Search Called Off for Missing Brett Smith
Fri Aug 16 09:56:00 PDT 2013

After an exhaustive search of the Takysie Lake and the surrounding area, the search for missing Prince George Man, Brett Smith, was called off by the RCMP and Search and Rescue on Monday, August 12, 2013.

On August 8th, 2013 family contacted the Takysie Lake Resort looking for Brett Smith, who was staying at the resort while in the area for work. Family had not heard from Brett since Tuesday, August 6th, and were very concerned. Owners of the resort attended the lake and found a boat used by SMITH, abandoned on the north shore. Items belonging to SMITH were on board, including a PFD, but there was no sign of the Prince George man.

Numerous resources were utilized over the 5 day search for Brett SMITH. Search and Rescue Units were deployed from Nechako Valley, Houston, Bulkley Valley, Fort St. James, Prince George, Burns Lake and Terrace. A side sonar unit was utilized in the Takysie Lake which covers approximately 1270 acres and has a maximum depth of 38 feet. RCMP Police Dog Services assisted with the ground search and a PEP Helicopter conducted an ariel search of the lake. 

RCMP have confirmed that there were no witnesses to Brett entering the water and therefore the ground search was extended with numerous volunteers, Police Dog Services and a horse team with rider. The ground search has yet to turn up any evidence that may lead to Brett Smith’s whereabouts.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the friends and family of Brett Smith stated Staff Sgt. Grant MacDonald, Burns Lake Detachment Commander The number of volunteers who assisted with this search was overwhelming, but unfortunately after 5 days of searching, we were unable to locate Brett. 

Family and friends continue to search for Brett . If you have any information as to the whereabouts of Brett Smith or would like to assist the family with their search, please contact the Burns Lake RCMP Detachment at (250)692-7171.


Kenneth (Ken) A. Hooper
West Shore RCMP Seeks Help from the Public to Locate Missing Person
West Shore BC
File # 2013-108742013-08-20 08:23 PDT

On July 31, 2013, Kenneth (Ken) A. Hooper age 34, was reported missing to the West Shore RCMP. Hooper is a Langford resident but frequents various locations throughout the CRD area. Hooper likes to camp and family has confirmed his tent is missing. An associate of Mr. Hooper reportedly saw him on August 2, 2013 at around 7 pm in downtown Victoria but investigators have not received any further reports of his whereabouts since then.

Hooper is described as 5’6 tall, approximately 150 lbs, with short dark brown hair. Family and friends are concerned about Hooper’s whereabouts as they have not heard from him and he requires medication on a regular basis which he does not have with him. Investigators are seeking the assistance of the public to help locate him.

Cpl. Kathy Rochlitz, spokesperson for the West Shore RCMP comments, We are really hoping the public can assist us in locating Mr. Hooper, our investigators are continuing their efforts but to date we have not been able to locate him. If you see Mr. Hooper in your travels, or have seen him in the last few weeks or know of his whereabouts, please contact West Shore RCMP at 250-474-2264.


Missing Description: Photo of Missing Person Yang Ku LeeMale Yang Ku David Lee
Coquitlam BC
File # 2013-24198 - 2013-08-16 10:37 PDT

Coquitlam RCMP seeks public assistance in locating 26 year old Yang Ku David Lee, reported missing from his residence on August 15th.
LEE is described as: An Asian male, 5'7" tall and 150 lbs, Medium build, With light complexion, black hair and brown eyes.
He was last seen wearing a blue t-shirt, blue jeans, and wears wire rim glasses.

If you spot Yang Ku David LEE contact your local police immediately. Anyone with information about LEE or his current whereabouts is asked to contact Coquitlam RCMP at 604-945-1550 and quote file number 2013-24198.


Harjinder RAI
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Appeal for missing person – Harjinder RAI

Surrey RCMP are re-appealing to the public for more information regarding the disappearance of a local Surrey man who went missing almost two weeks ago.
Harjinder RAI was last seen during the late evening hours of August 10thafter he walked away from his residence in the 8100 block of 134 A Street following an argument with a family member.
RAI has not shown up for work and has not had any contact with family or friends since this time. He has never been reported missing before and does not have any addiction issues.
Family are very concerned about his emotional state and have offered a $5,000 reward for any information leading to his whereabouts.
A more detailed description of RAI is now available. He is described as a 34 year old South Asian male, 5’7”, 161 lbs., with brown eyes and brown hair, and has a religious tattoo on his upper right arm. (Please see photos attached). He was last seen wearing a newer yellow tank top, brown khaki coloured shorts, and no shoes.
The Surrey RCMP’s Missing Persons Unit has made extensive inquiries to try and locate Mr. RAI without success. If you know the whereabouts of this person please contact the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502, call 911, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 quoting file number 2013-104616
Surrey RCMP are requesting the public’s assistance in locating a missing man.
Harjinder RAI was reported missing in the early morning hours of August 11thafter he walked away from his residence following an altercation with a family member the night before on August 10th.

RAI has not shown up for a scheduled work shift and has not had any contact with family or friends. Family are concerned for his emotional state and police are attempting to locate him to confirm his well-being.

RAI is described as a 34 year old South Asian male, 5'7", 161 lbs, with brown eyes and brown hair. (Please see photo attached). He was last seen wearing a yellow shirt, brown shorts, and no shoes.

If you know the whereabouts of this person please contact the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502, call 911, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 quoting file number 2013-104616.

Edna Bette-Jean Masters
Kamloops Rural RCMP Reviewing Historical File

Kamloops Rural BC
File # 2000-990 - 2013-08-08 08:31 PDT
Kamloops RCMP, like other RCMP detachments in this province, regularly review missing/historical missing persons files as new technology and investigative techniques are developed. A review of the 53 year old case has prompted investigators to see if they can take thisDescription: Bette-Jean Masters case further with today’s investigative techniques.

On July 3, 1960, police received a report of a lost child in the Red Lake area, 45 miles Northwest of Kamloops. 21-month-old Edna Bette-Jean Masters was never found and no evidence of what happened to her was located. Known to the family as Bette-Jean, she was last seen playing with family and friends at a friend’s residence. At the time of her disappearance, Bette-Jean was wearing a green bonnet with white frill, an undershirt, pink short sleeve t-shirt, faded pink overalls, white socks and sandals. She was weighing about 24 pounds, blonde fine curly hair, blue eyes, and fair complexion. Of interest, she had a small oval shaped burn scar on her left arm between her elbow and shoulder.
In 1960, the area was searched extensively by volunteers, police, airplane and police dog.Description: Bette-Jean Masters The search included the yard, surrounding forests, ponds and roadways. Numerous tips were generated,
however, nothing has been found that would determine or suggest what happened to Bette-Jean. The RCMP have also attempted to identify and wished to speak to the male and female who were seen in the area in a rust colored 1959 Chevrolet Car with cat eye or bat wing style tail lights and with Alberta plates. The couple is described as being in their late twenties.
There are a number of scenarios that could be imagined, but the family of the missing girl, who would now be 55 years old, is still looking for answers and closure. Cpl. Cheryl Bush says that missing person files, or any other cases, are never closed until they are solved. We strive to find answers and bring closure to the families of missing loved ones. With the advent of new technology such as DNA, internet, social media and photo age enhancement, police are looking at further follow up.

Investigators are hoping that by bringing this file out into the light, someone may recall some information that can assist investigators and provide some answers to Bette-Jean’s family. Anyone with information about this case, no matter how seemingly insignificant is asked to call Kamloops Rural RCMP at (250) 314-1800.


Missing Castlegar man found in Columbia River
That God would give you comfort through this most difficult time
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Lyle Lamont, the missing Castlegar man, was found in the Columbia River in Washington State yesterday
By Staff Writer - Nelson Star
Published: August 02, 2013 1:00 PM 
Lyle Lamont, the Castlegar man reported missing on July 14, was found deceased in the Columbia River yesterday. The BC Coroners Service has confirmed the identity of the man who was last seen alive leaving his home at 5:30 a.m. last month. According to a police report, he said he was going for a walk and never returned.
Lamont’s body was found at China Bend, near Lake Roosevelt in Stevens County, Washington on August 1.
The BC Coroners Service and Castlegar RCMP continue to investigate this death with the assistance of the Stevens County Sheriff's Office and the Stevens County Coroner.
The family of Lamont has been notified of his death.

Our Sincere Condolences to Leslie's Family
May God give you a measure of comfort


Missing Person Found Deceased

Prince George, Integrated Forensic Identification Services, General Investigation Services
File # 2013-21394 - 2013-08-06 10:31 PDT

Late last week the remains of a missing Stoner woman were located near her home. On the early evening of Friday August 2nd, Prince George RCMP were notified that 46 year old Leslie Anne POCHA was found deceased at a rural location near her home in Stoner, BC.
The Prince George RCMP Serious Crime Unit, with assistance of the Forensic Identification Section, were called in to investigate. Although foul play is not suspected in the death, the RCMP and the BC Coroners Service continue to investigate.
On August 1st, 2013, the Prince George RCMP received a report that POCHA had not been seen since the evening of Wednesday July 31st.
Stoner is located approximately 30 kilometres south of Prince George along Highway 97.

The Prince George RCMP are asking the public's help in locating a missing woman last scene earlier this week.

During the early afternoon of August 1st, 2013, the Prince George RCMP received a report of a missing female from Stoner, BC, just south of Prince George.

Leslie Anne POCHA, 46 years, was last seen on Wednesday August 31st. Leslie is described as: Caucasian female

, 157 cm (5'2"), 50 kg (110 lbs), Medium complexion, Brown eyes, Short straight blonde hair

Leslie was last seen wearing: Blues jeans, Black halter top with string straps
Tan coloured shoes
Thus far, police have not been able to locate Leslie and are requesting the public's help in finding her. Leslie is not believed to be in possession of a vehicle.

If you have any information about Leslie Anne POCHA or where she might be, please contact the Prince George RCMP at (250)561-3300 or anonymously contact Crime Stoppers at 1(800)222-8477, online at (English only), or Text-A-Tip to CRIMES (274637) using keyword "pgtips".
Bruce John Leggett

Sunday, July 28, 2013 09:35 AM
Prince George, BC - The man reported missing to Prince George RCMP at the start of this month was not a resident of the city, according to his daughter.
Kimberley O'Sullivan says her father, Bruce John Leggett, had been living in the Kamloops area most recently, but had been in locations around Prince George and Quesnel when his vehicle broke down and he last made contact with his family.
O'Sullivan also notes her father is 65 years old - being born in 1949 - and is not 49, as was reported in the original RCMP media release.

On Friday, Prince George RCMP issued a plea for public assistance in locating Leggett, who was reported missing to the Detachment on July 2nd.  He had phoned his family on June 28th to say his truck had broken down in Bear Lake and he was having it towed to Quesnel.  That was the last time his family has heard from him.
Police say there is information to suggest Leggett has been in the Kamloops area and was travelling to Alberta.  His truck is a blue 1993 Chevrolet pick-up truck, license plate DA 8994.
Anyone with information on Leggett's whereabouts is asked to call Prince George RCMP at 250-561-3300 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

Jeremie "Germaine" HARPER
Missing Kelowna Man: Description:
File # 2013-39510 - 2013-07-30 09:11 PDT

By Contributed: BC RCMP - Cst. Kris Clark
Kelowna, BC

Police are seeking the public's assistance in locating a 41 year old Kelowna man who was reported missing last week 

On July 22, 2013 at 6:15 pm, the Kelowna RCMP received a report of a missing person from the Gospel Mission located at 251 Leon Avenue. Jeremie "Germaine" HARPER was reported as missing after he had uncharacteristically missed some appointments earlier that day. He had been seen near the Gospel Mission the night before but hasn't been seen since. HARPER has no fixed address and police believe that he may be camping in the Central of North Okanagan areas.

HARPER is described as: Caucasian, 5'10" and 140 lbs with a slim build, Blue eyes, Brown, shoulder-length hair

Anyone with any information regarding the whereabouts of Jeremie "Germaine" HARPER is asked to call the Kelowna RCMP, Cst GUILBAUD at 250-762-3300.


Valentine ‘Val’ Degenhardt
RCMP search for missing BC man, last seen in Barrhead
By Caley Ramsay  Global News

EDMONTON- A British Columbia woman is making an emotional plea, desperate for the safe return of her missing husband.
Valentine ‘Val’ Degenhardt, 45, was reported missing on Friday. He was last seen in Barrhead on Wednesday evening and has not been seen or heard from since.

His wife, Robyn Schmitke-Degenhardt, says her husband was in Morinville this week for work. The couple lives in Salmon Arm, BC, but own a house in Morinville because Val is in the area often for work.
Robyn says when she spoke to Val on Wednesday, he said he was going into Barrhead to visit an old acquaintance. “He told me that he would give me a call in 30 minutes, and never called me back,” Robyn said from Edmonton Saturday afternoon. “The next morning I phoned his sisters and said something was wrong and one of them went to his house, found the door open, his Jeep Grand Cherokee is gone, he’s gone, items in the house were gone and our two little dogs- who he loves as much as our son- were there running around the yard.” “Strange items, like three house fans, a crockpot, his big money jar, a vacuum sealer unit,” she said, “cell phone items- the batteries, the chargers- were gone.” Robyn was in Salmon Arm at the time, but has since made her way to Alberta. Since arriving, Robyn says she’s met with the acquaintance Val was going to meet. “He said that he did see Val and everything was fine, the dogs were with him. But my question is then, if he was fine, why did he not call me back?” She says this behaviour is out of character for her husband and the entire family is concerned for his safety. “My husband is so meticulous when it comes to locking doors, making phone calls. When he tells me he’s going to call, he calls. He’s never left me hanging,” she explained. “He phones me every night before we go to bed and we talk. There’s never been a night when he’s away that I’ve never talked to him. There’s never been a morning that I’ve never talked to him and I haven’t talked to him since Wednesday.

“Everyone in our family loves him deeply and we’re all doing everything we can to find him. And I won’t stop until I do find him. I just love him with all my heart and I want him home.” Val is described as Caucasian, with green eyes and brown/grey hair. He also has a grey goatee. He is about 5’10″ tall and weighs about 194 pounds. The vehicle Val was last seen driving was a 2000 dark grey Jeep Grand Cherokee with Alberta licence plate BJS 0889.

Anyone with information on Val’s whereabouts is asked to contact Morinville RCMP at 780-939-4520 or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

Barrhead is located about 120 kilometres northwest of Edmonton.

After being missing for six days, the body of Lyle MARTIN was located by RCMP yesterday morning on July 7th, in the wooded area at KM 29 of the Eskai Road near Fort Nelson BC.
Search Underway for Missing Mushroom Picker

Northern Rockies (formerly Fort Nelson)
2013-07-04 09:22 PDT
Another mushroom picker has been reported missing in Northern BC. 
On July 1st, 2013, 61 Year old Lyle MARTIN from the Neskonlith Indian Band (located near Chase BC) attended the Fort Nelson area to join a mushroom picking camp located at KM 36 of the Eskai Road. Witnesses reported that he was dropped off at a certain location where he entered into the bush on foot. MARTIN had made arrangements to get picked up there by 5pm later that day but never returned. Despite significant efforts by a large group of Mushroom pickers in the area, they have not been able to locate Lyle MARTIN.

Northern Rockies RCMP were notified of the missing man on the morning of July 2, 2013 and local Search and Rescue were immediately deployed to the area. MARTIN’s back pack was located several hundred meters from where he was dropped off by his friend, however searchers could find no trace of Lyle Martin nearby. RCMP advise that the terrain in this area is extremely rough and difficult to maneuver on foot due to fallen trees, thick brush and the swampy environment. Search teams with SAR and other pickers are finding the conditions extremely challenging due to the overwhelming presence of bugs.
Fort Nelson Search and Rescue crew have joined the search efforts, along with volunteers on ATVs, a Police Service Dog from Fort St. John and a local helicopter which continues to assist with an ariel search of the area. Though Lyle Martin is known as an experienced outdoors person with advanced hunting, fishing and back country skills, we are extremely concerned stated Cst. Lesley Smith, North District Media Relations Officer He was equipped with the necessities for a one day excursion and we have since located that back pack. Our search efforts will continue with assistance of numerous volunteers on the ground as well as in the air, in hopes of locating Lyle Martin.

Missing Person: Robert John THOMPSON

Comox Valley BC
File # 2013-7199 - 2013-06-26 07:50 PDT

The Comox Valley RCMP are seeking the public's assistance in locating a local 65 year old
local man.
Robert John THOMPSON of Courtenay has not been seen by family or friends since Saturday
, June 22nd, 2013. THOMPSON has gone out in the past, however the family would like to confirm his well being.

Robert is described as: 65 year old Caucasian male, 6 feet tall and 165 pounds, blue eyes and gray hair
Robert possibly went out on the water in an orange fiberglass canoe in the Union Bay area. Water and land searches have been ongoing in the area and all available avenues are being
used in an effort to locate Robert and his canoe. If anyone sees Robert THOMPSON, they are asked to please contact the RCMP immediately.
Should you have information on Robert THOMPSON's whereabouts, please call the Comox
Valley RCMP 250-338-1321.

 - Peter JAMES
Citizen staff

Police in Whistler-Pemberton will be putting up posters this spring to remind hikers to keep an eye out for any signs of Rachael Bagnall and Jonathan Jette.

Bagnall, 25, of Prince George and her boyfriend Jette, 34, from Quebec, went missing in September 2010 after going on a backpacking trip in the area. Whistler-Pemberton RCMP spokesman Staff Sgt. Steve LeClair said the goal of latest poster campaign is to raise awareness about the case and hopefully lead to some tips.

"At this point in time we're hopeful we'll find the remains at some point and we're expecting that might happen with people out hiking and recreating in the area," LeClair said. "If people are aware that there's something out there then the chances of them finding something and reporting it to us are that much higher."

The posters will be going up in May and June to coincide with the opening of hiking season in the region.

Last fall police spent two more days searching the area around where the couple's car was found, but located no further evidence.

"We don't know what happened in this particular incident," LeClair said. "The fact that two people went missing is very unusual."

Although it's been 2 1/2 years since the pair was last seen, LeClair said police never consider a missing case closed until the people are found.

"There are people out there whose loved ones who have gone missing and we're not prepared to just give up," he said. "If there are any new leads that come in, we'll investigate."

In addition to the posters, Whistler RCMP are also proceeding with paperwork to get Bagnall and Jette added to the national missing persons database. Police will also be posting information about the case to popular hiking websites and are committed to keeping the story alive in the local media.
Rachel Bagnall - Jonathan Jette
Quebec father returns again to look for missing son

Rachel Bagnall  -  Jonathan Jette

Immaculate BASIL
Search Underway for Missing Female

Fort St James BC
2013-06-18 12:27 PDT
Fort St. James RCMP and local Search and Rescue volunteers are currently searching the Leo Creek Forest Service Road area for missing female, Immaculate BASIL Description: Photo of Immaculate Basil

Search Concluded for Missing Female

Fort St James

2013-06-25 11:26 PDT

After an exhaustive search effort, Fort St. James RCMP and Search and Rescue Teams have concluded their search for missing woman, Immaculate Basil.
26 year old Immaculate Basil was last seen on the night of June 13th, 2013 when she and 2 other persons were traveling south from a cabin in the Leo Creek area, north of the Tachie Reserve. RCMP were advised that BASIL was missing on the evening of June 17th and RCMP along with Search and Rescue, initiated an organized ground/air/water search on the morning of June 18.
A number of Search and Rescue Teams from the surrounding area traveled to assist with the search. Fort St. James SAR, Mackenzie SAR , Burns Lake SAR , Vanderhoof SAR and numerous volunteers from the community and surrounding areas scoured the very dense and thick forest, searching for any sign of Basil. The organized ground search consisted of volunteers on foot, on ATVs and included the use of an RCMP Police Dog. An Ariel search was conducted by an RCMP Fixed wing aircraft, RCMP helicopter and a private helicopter. The search area also included the Tachie River and with the use of a swift water boat, RCMP and volunteers patrolled the rivers bank and any debris pools but nothing was located.
On June 21 the RCMP/SAR search was concluded after four continuous days of searching. At that point BASIL had been missing for 8 days. The search had scoured all relevant areas based on information provided to police. The Fort St James RCMP wishes to sincerely thank the Tlaz'ten First Nation for their integral support and assistance with the ground search. Fort St James RCMP are continuing the missing person investigation with the assistance of the North District Major Crime Unit. Any members of the public with information are encouraged to contact the Fort St James RCMP or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).

26 year old, Immaculate BASIL was reported missing to police by her family on June 17th 2013. Family and friends last saw Immaculate Basil on the night of June 13th, 2013. Information was provided to police that she may have been traveling to a cabin in the Leo Creek area. She was last seen wearing grey yoga pants, white shoes and a black hooded sweatshirt with a red maple leaf on the front.
RCMP and Local Search and Rescue have been deployed in order to search for 26 year old Immaculate Basil Stated Cst. Lesley Smith, North District Media Relations Officer We are in the preliminary stages of this search and therefore any updates will be provided once they become available. 

Anyone with information regarding Immaculate Basil’s whereabouts are asked to contact the Fort St. James RCMP Detachment at (250) 996-8269.

Raymond Salmen
Camper at Harrison Lake Unaccounted for UPDATE

RCMP File File # 2013-17891

AGASSIZ, B.C.;  On Sunday, June 9th, 2013, at approximately 5:30 pm Agassiz RCMP were conducting inquiries related to a complaint of shots fired when they located an unoccupied camp site.

Subsequently, on Monday June 10th it was learned that the camp site belonged to 65 year old Raymond Salmen of Vancouver. Mr. Salmen could not be located and a search, deploying Agassiz-Harrison Search and Rescue, RCMP Air One Helicopter, and Police Officers, commenced.   

As of Wednesday, June 12th, Mr. Salmen has not been located and has been classified as missing.  Agassiz RCMP are requesting the assistance of the General Public in locating Mr. Salmen.

Attached is a photograph of the Truck and camper used by Mr. Salmen. " We are hoping that this will refresh some ones memory that has been visiting Harrison Lake and has information that would be useful for our search." advised Cpl. Len vanNieuwenhuizen. 

Anyone having information about this event is asked to contact Agassiz RCMP AT 604-796-2211 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).


Stephen Thomson & Nicholas Hoefnagels
Two males missing

Kimberley BC

File # 13-1157 - 2013-06-10 08:13 PDT

Two males (18 and 21) who were reported missing early Sunday morning (June 9) have not been located. Police were called around 2:30 am after two males who had been camping at Whitetail Lake had not been seen since 3:00 pm Saturday. At 6:00 am Search and Rescue teams from Kimberley and Columbia Valley along with RCMP began combing the area.

Around noon a spot was located along the Findlay Creek Forest Service Road where a vehicle had left the road, went down a steep embankment and into Findlay Creek. Further checks by a SAR rope team found personal items belonging to the subjects on the bank near the water.

Search teams concentrated their efforts downstream from this location for the rest of the day. Neither the missing persons nor the truck were located. In addition to ground search teams a helicopter was utilized to check along the creek in areas inaccessible.

Currently the water levels are very high which makes searching difficult. The area around the creek is steep and rocky, limiting access. The visibility is low. The RCMP dive team has been involved but the flow of the water is too fast to safely put divers in the water. A RCMP helicopter will be searching the area again today.

Friends and family gathered at the site during the search, Victim Services assisted them in dealing with situation. Missing is Stephen Thomson from Canal Flats and Nicholas Hoefnagels from Carstairs Alberta.

Findlay Creek Forest Service Road is located off of Highway 93/95 west of Canal Flats.

Dad pushes for new leads on case of missing Abbotsford mother of three
See complete article HERE
Description: Abbotsford mom off three Candace Shpeley, who disappeared March 31, 2007, would turn 30 on Friday. Her father Barry feels investigators are ignoring her case and hopes someone will come forward with information about her disappearance.

Jacob ("Jake") SEAGRAVE
Police Continue To Look For Missing Persons

Ridge Meadows BC
File # 2011-8732 & 2012-12278 - 2013-06-03 11:31 PDT

 Jacob ("Jake") SEAGRAVE
Maple Ridge, B.C. – Ridge Meadows RCMP are asking for the public’s help in locating two men who have been missing for approximately 2 years.

Jacob ("Jake") SEAGRAVE was last seen by his family in mid 2004, but was known to be living in Maple Ridge in 2006. He has led a transient lifestyle, and did not regularly contact his immediate family. He was known to produce and sell unique spray paint artwork to support himself, and police have reports of this occurring in Maple Ridge and more recently in Victoria’s Harbour area in 2012.
Jake is a white male, and is now 42 years old. He is 5 foot 9 inches tall, weighing approximately 160 pounds. He has dark blond curly hair and green eyes.

 Donald Kelly
Ridge Meadows RCMP are also asking for help in locating Donald Kelly, who has not been heard from since September 2011.
Kelly was last known to be living in the lower mainland, and he called both Surrey and Burnaby home. He also had connection to Nelson in the southeast part of B.C.
Kelly is described as a 23 year old white male, 5 foot 8 inches tall weighing approximately 150 pounds. He has green eyes and brown hair.
Anyone with any information as to the whereabouts of either Jake Seagrave or Donald Kelly, they are asked to contact Constable Chris Wilson at 604-467-7669.

Police continue to search for man missing 24 years
Kelowna BC
File # 1989-21784 - 2013-05-30 09:25 PDT
The ongoing search for 'Charles' Karoly John HORVATH-ALLAN has spanned nearly two and a half decades since his disappearance.Description: 'Charles' Karoly John HORVATH-ALLAN

Charles was a 20 year old Canadian-born British Subject who decided to hitchhike across Canada in 1988. In the spring of 1989, he registered at the Tiny Town Campground in Kelowna and was working at the now defunct Flintstones Bedrock City. He had maintained contact with his family throughout his travels and when he failed to finalize arrangements to meet them in Hong Kong as planned, he was reported missing.
Charles was last seen in the summer of 1989 and his whereabouts remain unknown.

The police file is open and will remain active until Charles is found.
If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Charles HORVATH-ALLAN, please contact the Kelowna RCMP at 250-762-3300. Remain anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477, leaving an online tip at External link, opens in a new or texting CRIMES (274637), subject line ktown.


Thomas Frederick Kranz
Missing North Vancouver Male
North Vancouver BC
File # 2013-13266 - 2013-06-03 12:05 PDT
Description: Photo of Thomas Frederick Kranz
The North Vancouver RCMP is asking for the public’s assistance in locating North Vancouver resident, Thomas Frederick Kranz. The 35 year old Kranz was last seen by family on Wednesday, May 29, 2013 at his residence in North Vancouver. Tom Kranz is bi-polar and currently is not on his medication. Both the family of the missing and the North Vancouver RCMP are concerned for his well being. 

Tom Frederick Kranz is described as: a 35 year old Caucasian male, 6’ 1 (185 cms) tall, 181 lbs (82kg), brown eyes, brown short hair with small goatee 

If you spot Tom Kranz contact your local police immediately. Anyone with information about Tom Kranz’s current whereabouts is asked to contact North Vancouver RCMP at 604-985-1311 and quote file # 2013- 13266. 

Our Sincere Condolences & Prayers are with Tony's Family

Human remains near Greenway trail identified

Thursday, May 23, 2013 - 11:55 AM
By Julie O'Connor - Prince George, BC
The human remains found near the Greenway trail last week have now been identified. The BC Coroners Service has confirmed they were that of Anthony Carroll Lee of Prince George.
RCMP Corporal Craig Douglass says Lee was 22 years old when he was reported missing in March of 2008. "Through investigation it was found that his last contact was through a cell phone conversation, where he stated that he was lost in the woods. Following a media release, a witness came forward advising that they believe they saw Tony in the Greenway trail system near the University of Northern BC."
Douglass says an aerial and ground search were done at the time but they were not able to find Tony. He notes that less than 10 days before Tony disappeared, he had undergone cranial surgery as a result of a vicious assault two years earlier. Police are now asking for the public's help to determine the cause of death and the circumstances around it.
If you have any information please call the RCMP or Crimestoppers.

 David DregerDescription:     

Missing Vancouver man David Dreger (also known as "Knuckles Dawson" to the gaming community) was found dead on Thursday in West Vancouver, the family reported on Facebook. His sister, Danielle, wrote:
"It is with deep sadness that we must let you all know that David's body was discovered on June 20 near Ambleside Park.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their prayers, support and compassion. David was an exceptional, bright, caring and loving young man. We consider ourselves blessed to have had him in our lives, and are comforted knowing that he is now embraced in the arms of our Lord."

Vancouver Police are searching for David Dreger
The 28-year-old has been missing for days
Hayley Cooper May 28, 2013 7:13 pm

VANCOUVER (NEWS1130) – The Vancouver Police Department is asking for your help in finding a man that’s been missing since Sunday. David Dreger was last seen around 10 p.m. and police say his bike was found Monday in Stanley Park.

His disappearance hasn’t been easy on family and friends especially his sister Danielle Dreger.
“[I'm] Distraught and trying to remain optimistic and just humbled by everybody who has reached out.”

She says it’s out of character for him to have vanished. “He was, is a passionate young man that loves so many things and was very involved in social media and the gaming community…No issues with mental health, had never done drugs, and was at the very most a social drinker.”

Groups will continue their search for Dreger at Stanley Park at 10 a.m.

Dreger is six-feet-tall with an athletic build. He has short brown hair, blue eyes, and is clean shaven. He also has a birthmark on the inside of his right bicep.

The 28-year-old may be wearing black Chuck Taylor Converse shoes with a batman logo on them.

If you see Dreger, or have information on where he may be, please call the Vancouver Police Missing Persons Unit at (604) 717-2530 or your local police department.

Marine Search Continues for Doug Gordon
File # 2013-141 - 2013-05-06 13:23 PDT

The Sayward RCMP are currently investigating a missing person from Craycroft Island. Doug Gordon, an 80 year old resident of Craycroft was last seen on Friday, May 3rd at his residence. On Saturday, May 4th, neighbors noticed Gordon’s boat near his dock, idling, however, Gordon was not located. Neighbors conducted a ground search. Sayward RCMP assisted by the West Coast Marine and the Canadian Coast Guard have been searching the waters near the dock.

Foul play is not suspected at this time. Gordon is known to have some health issues, however, police are asking the public for any information and to call Sayward RCMP at 250 282-5522.


Update - Missing Mission women could be in medical distress; public's help wanted
Mission BC
Description: Photo of Laura PesekFile # 2013-4604  -  2013-05-07 13:37 PDT

Mission RCMP is again requesting the assistance of the public in locating Laura PESEK
 On Saturday May 4, 2013 between the hours of 7:45 and 9:00 am Laura PESEK of Mission, BC went missing from the area of Dewdney Trunk Road and Pilgrim Street. Ms. PESEK left her home
to travel to a local store in her vehicle. The vehicle was located in the area and it is believed Ms. PESEK left on foot. The direction of travel is unknown.

This behaviour is not normal for Ms. PESEK and police believe she could be suffering a medical distress issue. Laura PESEK is 51 years old, 5'4, 130-140 lbs. brown hair with blonde streaks in a ponytail. She was dressed in grey checkered pajamas pants, a black hoodie and had brown crocs shoes.Please contact the Mission RCMP at 604-826-7161 if you see Ms. PESEK or have any information about her whereabouts.

Steven YIP
IHIT File:  2013-1098  - Richmond File: 2013-12914Description: C:\Users\Tony\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Content.Outlook\1L1MFR1A\YIP Steven1.jpg

Public Assistance Requested – Missing Person Steven YIP
Richmond BC: On May 06, 2013, Richmond RCMP received a call from concerned family members of a male identified as Kiem Cuong “Steven” YIP.
Mr. YIP’s family has not seen or heard from him since April 20, 2013.  His last known whereabouts was in the Richmond area where he resides.

Due to evidence and information received to date, Mr. YIP’s disappearance is suspicious in nature and investigators believe he has met with foul play.
The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team has been called in to lead this missing person investigation with the assistance of the Richmond RCMP.
“Missing person investigations, where foul play is suspected, is part of IHIT’s mandate, therefore, IHIT has been called in to lead this investigation.  So as to protect the investigation, details surrounding why it is believed to be suspicious will not be released at this time, “says Sgt. Jennifer Pound

Steven YIP is described as a 45 year old male, 5’6”, 130lbs, slim build with brown eyes and short dark hair.  A photo is attached.
Investigators are also looking to locate Mr. YIP’s vehicle.  It is a grey 2003 Toyota Corolla 4 door sedan bearing BC licence plate 712TTH.  A similar vehicle photo is attached for reference.

If you have any information regarding Mr. YIP’s disappearance or know the location of his vehicle you are asked to contact the IHIT tipline at 1-877-551-4448, or, if you wish to remain anonymous contact Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

 With deep sadness the RCMP reported that Daniel was found deceased.
Our Thoughts and Prayers are with Daniel's Family

   Description: photo of Daniel Crossley
Missing Person Daniel Crossley

Slocan Lake BC

File # 2013-1854 - 2013-04-25 13:51 PDT

Body Recovered in Upper Arrow Lake Identified as Missing Male

Slocan Lake, New Denver BC
2013-05-02 14:33 PDT
On Wednesday May 1st at approximately 11:00 am the Slocan Lake RCMP received a call from a representative of the Springer Creek Mill, in Slocan City, stating he had located a body in the Upper Arrows Lake near the mill. Upon RCMP attendance they determined the body was in approximately 10-12 feet of water and the RCMP Underwater Recovery Team were required to ensure the safety of the rescuers.

The RCMP along with the BC Coroner Service have confirmed the identity of the male as Daniel Crossley who was reported missing on April 23, 2013. The BC Coroner's Department will be conducting an autopsy to determine the exact cause of his death. Foul play is not suspected. Police would like to thank everyone who provided information in this tragic event.

On April 24th, 2013, the Slocan Lake RCMP received a report that eighteen year old Daniel Crossley, of Slocan British Columbia, had left his family residence at approximately 4:00 P.M. the previous day, April 23rd, 2013. Daniel has not contacted any family or friends since leaving and his plans and destination are unknown

Daniel is described as a caucasian male with oriental features, 18 years old, 5'6" tall, 140 lbs, medium length black hair, wearing a green coat over brown hoodie, dark jeans, and black shoes.  It is believed that Daniel may be hitchhiking along British Columbia highways and police are asking for public assistance from anyone that may have seen Daniel in the last few days.

Anyone with information about Daniel Crossley's disappearance or knowledge of his current location are asked to contact their local RCMP detachment, the Slocan Lake RCMP detachment at 250-358-2222, or 911. Please quote file number 2013-1854 when providing information.


Investigation Intensifies In Missing Person Case
Jennifer McPhersonDescription: C:\Users\Tony\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Content.Outlook\1L1MFR1A\McPherson-Missing.jpeg

Alert Bay BC     
File # 2013-293 - 2013-05-02 13:56 PDT

The ongoing search for Jennifer McPherson and the investigation into her disappearance has intensified over the last four days.

Based on investigational findings, the Vancouver Island Integrated Major Crime Unit (VIIMCU) was called in to assist the Alert Bay RCMP last Friday.  Investigators are attempting to determine whether or not foul play is involved in Jennifer’s disappearance.

Dozens of officers from the Island District RCMP Tactical Troop, RCMP Air Services, Police Dog Service, RCMP West Coast Marine Service (Dive Team) and VIIMCU continue to work on this investigation. Despite their efforts, no sign of Jennifer has been found.
Alert Bay RCMP are seeking public assistance in locating 41 year old Jennifer McPherson, of Hanson Island, BC.  Hanson Island is located approximately 5 miles by boat from Telegraph Cove (south of Port McNeill on Vancouver Island). 
Jennifer last had contact with her family on April 29th, 2013, and has not been seen or heard from since. Jennifer is described as: Caucasian, 5 feet 5 inches tall, 200 lbs
Anyone who has information on the whereabouts of Jennifer McPherson is asked to contact the Alert Bay RCMP at 250-974-5544, or your local police department.

 Vaclav (Walter) SIMEKDescription: C:\Users\Tony\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Content.Outlook\D085PWRY\SIMEK_1.jpg
File:2013-43817  - Date: 2013-04-24

Surrey RCMP are requesting the public’s assistance in locating a missing man.

Vaclav (Walter) SIMEK was reported missing on April 10, 2013. He was last seen in late February at his residence in the 16300 block of 8thAve, Surrey.

Investigation has revealed that SIMEK rented a car between February 23 and March 7, 2013 and used it to move belongings from his residence to an unknown location. The rental car was returned on March 7, 2013. Since then there has been no banking activity or cell phone use on any of SIMEK’s accounts. There is no evidence of foul play, nor is there any evidence to suggest he has left the country.

SIMEK has a Cocker Spaniel dog named Tucker which is always byhis side. SIMEK is not known to police and it appears he does not have a wide network of friends. SIMEK is described as a 52 year old Caucasian male, 6'3", 210 lbs, with brown hair and blue eyes. It is not known what he was last wearing

Police would appreciate the assistance of anyone who knows SIMEK to come forward with any information they may have that could assist this investigation, no matter how seemingly insignificant.
If you know the whereabouts of this person please contact the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502, call 911, or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477, quoting file number 2013-43817


Our Sincere Prayers are with the Familes of

Missing Langley Teens Recovered From Nicola Lake

Merritt BC

2013-05-06 15:07 PDT
After an extensive two week search, RCMP have confirmed that the bodies of the two missing Langley teens have now been recovered from Nicola Lake.
 The two were reported missing on April 21 when they failed to return to Langley as planned after a weekend trip to a family cabin on Nicola Lake. The next day their canoe was found, half-submerged in the lake with their personal property located near by. 

The private Idaho company hired by the family began their search Monday morning on May 6th after having searched for a few hours the previous day. The boys were located at a depth of 75 feet in Nicola bay near the area where their canoe had been located two weeks earlier.

The RCMP Underwater Recovery Dive Team were on scene to assist with the recovery including the BC Coroner’s service and local RCMP. The boys were positively Identified and the investigation has been turned over to the BC Coroners service.

For any media inquiries please contact the BC Coroner Barb McLintock at (250) 356-9253.

Langley Teens Missing Near Nicola Lake


Police say the search for two Langley, B.C. teenagers whose canoe was found overturned in Nicola Lake near Merritt has now become a recovery operation.

An RCMP dive team has been deployed to search for their bodies, said search and rescue spokesman Mike Damien.

"At this point to us it looks like it’s going to be a recovery, as the two young men were not found on the shores or hiding out in the cabin warming up," Damien said.

Nicola Lake is between Merritt and Kamloops along B.C. Highway 5A.Nicola Lake is between Merritt and Kamloops along B.C. Highway 5A. (Google Street View)

The two, aged 17 and 18, were reported missing by family members at 10:30 p.m. PT Sunday when they failed to return for dinner.

Family members say two ball caps and a shoe found along the shore of the lake belonged to the boys.

The boys — who are both involved in minor hockey — had been camping at a family property near the lake, which is about 150 kilometres west of Kelowna.

A local caretaker told officers that he had seen the boys earlier in the day on Sunday, but that a canoe normally kept at the property was missing.

Nicola Lake, B.C.Nicola Lake near Merritt, B.C.

Nicola Valley Search and Rescue began a shoreline search that lasted through the night. At dawn, the crew of a police helicopter spotted the overturned canoe half-submerged near the north end of the lake.

Officials say it's believed the boys were not wearing life jackets when they went out on the water.

It is unlikely they survived because the water in the lake is extremely cold, officials added.

An RCMP dive team will assist in the search at Nicola Lake for two Langley teenagers who failed to return home Sunday night. A half-submerged canoe was found early Monday at the north end of the lake.

An RCMP dive team will assist in the search for two missing Langley teenagers at Nicola Lake after an overturned canoe was spotted at dawn Monday by a helicopter.

The two young men, aged 17 and 18, had been camping at the family property at the north end of the lake near Merritt. When they didn’t return home Sunday for supper as expected, Merritt RCMP were contacted and a search began.

According to an RCMP release, police went to the property and found the personal belongings of the teens but the family canoe was missing. A local caretaker had seen the young men earlier in the day.

The Nicola Valley Search and Rescue conducted a shoreline search through the night but didn’t find them. The RCMP helicopter finally located a half-submerged canoe Monday at the north end of the lake.

The website for Monck Provincial Park, which is on the lake, carries a warning: “Nicola Lake is subject to frequent sudden windstorms, posing a very real danger to small boats.”

MERRITT, B.C. — Two teenagers from Langley, B.C., are missing in the southern Interior and their half-submerged canoe has been found in Nicola Lake, just east of Merritt.

Const. Tracy Dunsmore says a full-scale search began when the boys, aged 16 and 17, did not return from a trip to the Merritt-area on Sunday.

Their partially-sunken canoe was spotted by a rescue helicopter early Monday morning, along the south side of Nicola Bay, about 300 kilometres northeast of Vancouver.

Dunsmore says the last known sighting of the pair was at about noon, Sunday.

She says a shoreline search of the lake is underway and the RCMP dive team has also been called.

The names of the two youths have not been released.
MERRITT, B.C. - RCMP in Merritt, B.C., admit they fear the worst as members spent the night searching Nicola Lake, about 300 kilometres northeast of Vancouver.

Few details have been released, but Mounties are looking for two teenagers from the Lower Mainland.

The vehicle belonging to the pair has been found at the Nicola Bay RV park, on the shores of Nicola Lake, just east of Merritt.

A canoe associated with the vehicle is missing and the teens did not return to their Langley homes, as scheduled, on Sunday.

Police and search and rescue teams remain at the Lake.

RCMP expect to issue a statement soon. (CHNL)

Jamie (james) Gregory Lee

One Year and the Search for Sandra Wilson Continues
Kamloops City BC
  File # 2012-9452 - 2013-04-12 10:10 PDT
It will be one year ago tomorrow that Sandra Lynn Wilson(B: 70-Dec-12) was reported as a missing person to the RCMP in Kamloops.
Sandra is described as a Caucasian female with a medium build, 5’ 5 (165 cm) tall weighing 99 lbs (45 kg). She has a fair complexion, blue eyes and black shoulder length hair sometimes worn in a ponytail
Sandra also has a bird tattoo on her upper right chest.Sandra was last seen leaving her residence located at 5th Avenue and St. Paul Street between 12:40 AM and 1:00 AM on April 6th, 2012 which was Good Friday. Surveillance video images shows Wilson in the foyer of her residence wearing knee high black boots, light colored pants, and a black jacket. She had a black bag slung over her right shoulder.


Despite extensive investigative efforts by the Kamloops RCMP to locate Sandra, she has never been seen or heard from since and investigators believe foul play is involved in her disappearance.

Police are once again appealing to anyone who may have seen Sandra Wilson after 1:00 am on Good Friday morning of 2012 to contact the Kamloops RCMP, their local police Crimestoppers. Even the smallest fragment of information could be vital and should be brought to the attention of the investigators.


Update on missing 80 year old

Nanaimo BC

File # 2013-8848  -  2013-04-17 08:57 PDT
Description: Photo of Jacques Bonenfant

Search Continues for Missing 80 Year Old

Nanaimo BC

File # 2013-884820  -  13-04-25 08:00 PDT

A search for missing 80 year old Jacques BONENFANT, reported missing on April 11th is now underway at the area adjacent to the Duke Point overpass. The area described as wooded and marshy is being searched by members of the Nanaimo Search and Rescue in consultation with the Nanaimo RCMP.

On April 21st the Nanaimo RCMP Serious Crime Unit received information from the general public indicating a person who resembled BONENFANT was seen walking south bound near the Duke Point Highway. This sighting was on or about the same time BONENFANT went missing. Based on the information received, the area was searched by a RCMP Police Services Dog. Some articles of clothing were found which were consistent with clothing that BONENFANT may wear.

Despite the extensive efforts of search teams yesterday, no additional signs of Jacques BONENFANT were found. The search ended at 8 pm last night. The Nanaimo RCMP continue their investigation, and renew their request for public assistance in this case. If you have information on the whereabouts of Jacques BONENFANT, please call the Nanaimo RCMP at 250-754-2345.

An updated picture and clothing description has been obtained of 80 year old Jacques BONENFANT missing since noon on Wednesday April 10th.

Officers investigating his disappearance were able to obtain security footage from the TD Bank located in Port Place Mall which shows BONENFANT leaving the bank at 12:16 PM on Wednesday April 10th. BONENFANT made a small withdrawal then walked into the Mall. This was the last time he was seen. Also, the clothing he was initially thought to be wearing is incorrect and has been updated based on the security footage.

BONENFANT is now known to have been wearing a light grey jacket, gray pants and brown and black horizontally stripped shirt with a white collar. He also had on red sneakers, a yellow toque with two horizontal stripes on it and was carrying a green reusable shopping bag.

If anyone has information on the whereabouts of Jacques BONENFANT please call Cst Pierre Charlebois at 250-754-2345 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477(TIPS) or go online at

2013-04-11 15:02 PDT
The Nanaimo RCMP are asking for the public’s assistance in locating 80 year old Jacques BONENFANT who has not been seen or heard from since noon on Wednesday April 10th.

BONENFANT resides in an assisted care facility and is quite approachable. He also speaks in broken English with a strong French accent.  He is 5 ft 4, 155 pounds with grey hair and green eyes.

He was last seen walking along Terminal Ave south near downtown and was wearing a light colored jacket, red shoes and green hat. He has no family in Nanaimo and does not have access to a car. The photo provided is accurate but it is several years old and he has lost some weight since it was taken.
If anyone has information on the location of Jacques BONENFANT please call 911.

Mila Johnson


Description: Michael Dunahee was four years old when he disappeared from a Victoria playground in 1991.Michael Dunahee was four years old when he disappeared from a Victoria playground in 1991. (
Police say they haven't stopped looking for Michael Dunahee, who went missing just over 22 years ago. Dunahee was four years old when he vanished from the school playground at Blanshard Elementary School in Victoria, B.C., on March 24, 1991.
His disappearance was widely reported in Canada and the United States and sparked one of the biggest investigations in Canadian history, resulting in at least 11,000 tips.

Const. Michael Russell with the Victoria Police department says the case is still an active investigation.
Over the years, police have released a number of composite sketches to show what the blond-haired, blue-eyed boy might look like as a teen and young adult.
Russell is asking anyone with information about Dunahee's disappearance to call the Victoria police detachment or Crime Stoppers

The following picture has been added to the original posting.  The picture shows Mr. Song in the actual jacket and pants he was last known to be wearing.
Shengyun SONGDescription: C:\Users\Tony\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Content.Outlook\J0UZFRDT\Mr  SONG.jpg
File #2013-7919
Police Seek Assistance Locating 80 Year Old Male
Langley RCMP is seeking the public’s assistance to locate 80 year old Shengyun SONG.  On March 21st 2013 at approximately 7:00 PM the Langley RCMP were contacted by Mr. SONG’s son to report his elderly father had been missing since 11:00 AM. Mr. SONG had left his residence in the 8600 block of 206B Street in Langley to go for a walk alone and has not returned home since.
Mr. SONG is a resident of China and does not speak any English.
Mr. SONG is described as Elderly Asian Male, with balding white hair, 5 foot 7 inches tall and weighs 147 lbs. He is wearing a blue puffy jacket, pants, and brown shoes with a white stripe.
Fraser Valley Search and Rescue have been dispatched to attend and assist with locating Mr. SONG.
Anyone that has seen Mr. Shengyun SONG or has any information as to his whereabouts is asked to contact the Langley RCMP at (604) 532-3200.

Our Sincere Condolences and Deep Sadness,
to Rachel's Family as she was found deceased.

Rachel PERNOSKY    Description: C:\Users\Tony\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Content.Outlook\J0UZFRDT\Pernosky.jpg   

Mission BC
The body of Rachel Pernosky was located yesterday and the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team now have conduct. Sgt. Pound will be holding a press conference today to speak to these developments.
When : March 20, 2013 at 11:30am
Where: RCMP EHQ 14200 Green Timbers Way, Surrey

The Mission RCMP is seeking the public’s assistance in locating missing female,
PERNOSKY is described as: Eighteen years of age, 5’5” and 115 LBS. Long dark hair, wearing a purple hooded sweatshirt and jeans. 
She was last seen at her residence in the 7700 block of Kite Street, Mission BC at approx 12:30am on Saturday March 16, 2013
PERNOSKY does not have a history of running away and her disappearance is very concerning to the police as well as her friends and family. She is an avid Facebook and Twitter user but has not been on Social Media since she was last seen.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Mission RCMP at 604-820-3535. If you wish to remain anonymous please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. You do not have to give your name, address, or your telephone number.


RCMP Need Your Help With Missing Persons Case
2013-03-11 11:53 PDT
Williams Lake RCMP are still conducting an investigation into the disappearance of Gary Price in Likely B.C.
Description: Photo of Gary William PRICE
Mr. Price was first reported missing to police on March 3, 2013. Investigators would like to speak to any person who was at the Yanks Peak parking lot (Powder Kings Snowmobile Club trails) on Saturday, February 23 or Sunday, February 24, 2013. Gary Price collected trail user fees at the Yanks Peak parking lot on behalf of the snowmobile club therefore, he had frequent interaction with snowmobilers at that location. Mr. Price drove a recognizable white 1996 Chevrolet Silverado with a blue canopy and an aluminum boat rack on the box.
There are people who were in or near Likely during this time who probably saw Mr. Price or his truck, said Cst Dan Hay. It is very important we speak with these people, even if they do not believe they saw anything related to Mr. Price's disappearance.
Witnesses and associates of Gary PRICE are asked to attend the Williams Lake
RCMP Detachment at 575 Borland Street or call Cst Hay at 250-392-8714. Information relating to a crime can be reported anonymously to CRIMESTOPPERS at 1-800-222-8477

Williams Lake RCMP Search for Missing Man from Yanks Peak Area
Williams Lake BC

File # 2013-1680 - 2013-03-06 09:28 PST
Williams Lake RCMP and Search and Rescue continue to search for Gary William PRICE in the Keithly Creek and Yanks Peak area.

On March 3, 2013, 60 year old Gary William Price was reported missing by a family member. He was last seen in Likely BC on Thursday, February 28th. Mr. Price lives in a remote area past Yanks Peak, a popular destination for snow mobile enthusiasts. Presently the RCMP along with the local Search and Rescue team are searching an area near Yanks Peak and Keithly Creek area where he was last believed to be.
RCMP and Search and Rescue continue their efforts with a ground search as well as an ariel search with the use of the RCMP helicopter.
Gary William Price is described as; 5' 7", 150 lbs, Brown Hair, Green eyes

Williams Lake Detachment are continuing with the investigation into his whereabouts and are asking anyone who may have seen Gary PRICE or knows of his whereabouts to contact the Williams Lake RCMP immediately at 250-392-6211

Delvin D’Arcy

Fraser Lake RCMP are asking for the public’s assistance in locating a missing man from Fort Fraser B.C.
55 year old Delvin D’Arcy was last seen on February 13th, 2013. Friends and Family have not heard from him since that time. Mr. D’Arcy has family in Ontario and therefore he may be traveling, though he has made no mention of traveling to friends or family.
Delvin James D’Arcy is described as;

55 years old, 5’8 tall, 210 – 220 Lbs, Blue Eyes, Grey Hair
He was last seen wearing blue jeans, a green jacket and a baseball cap.
Anyone with information about Delvin D’Arcy’s whereabouts are asked to contact the Fraser Lake RCMP at (250) 699-7777 or call CRIME STOPPERS at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477)

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After locating Chinese National Suqin Feng yesterday in Richmond, Richmond RCMP is still investigating the disappearance of 61 year old Yanyun Chen.

Two More Chinese Nationals Go Missing From Tour Groups
Richmond BC

File # 2013-2210 & 5126 - 2013-02-22 17:19 PST
Yanyun ChenDescription: Photo of Yanyun Chen.
Richmond RCMP is investigating its third & fourth instances since last August where Chinese Nationals have been reported missing from tour groups.
On January 22nd around 10:30 p.m. Richmond RCMP received a report from a tour guide that a female in their group was missing. The tour group was staying at the Hampton Inn located at 8111 Bridgeport Road & was visiting Canada for unspecified reasons. The group was scheduled to return to China that morning.
Yanyun Chen, a 61 year old female from China, was last seen at the hotel January 21st around 8 p.m. Chen was scheduled to meet the hotel shuttle the next morning at 7 a.m. but never did. Investigators confirmed that Chen did not board her flight back to China & noted that Chen’s luggage was missing from the hotel as well.
Chen is described as an Asian female, 5 foot two inches tall, 90 pounds, brown hair & brown eyes, last seen wearing a three quarter length black coat & black knee high heeled boots.
The most recent incident occurred on February 19th around 11 p.m. Richmond RCMP received a report from a tour guide that a female in their group was missing.

Suqin Feng was located safe & sound yesterday afternoon in Richmond. Richmond RCMP would like to thank those that assisted with the investigation.
Suqin Feng
Description: Photo of Suqin Feng.
The tour group was staying at the Holiday
Inn Express
located at 9351 Bridgeport Road & had been invited to a martial arts event. The group was scheduled to return to China today.
Suqin Feng, a 52 year old female from China, was last seen at the hotel on February 19th around 3 a.m. by her roommate. When her roommate awoke at 8 a.m. Feng & all of her luggage was gone. Video surveillance indicates that Feng left the hotel on her own accord with her luggage around 4 a.m.
Feng is described as an Asian female with black hair & brown eyes. Unfortunately no clothing description is available, nor is her height or weight.
While foul play is not suspected in any of the incidents, it’s concerning that tourists are being reported missing from tour groups, said Cpl. Sherrdean Turley, Media Relations Officer for Richmond RCMP. Considerable time & resources must be devoted to ensuring the wellbeing of these persons.
Investigators have been in contact with the Chinese Consulate & other foreign agencies, as well as the E Division Missing Persons Unit & Canada Border Services Agency in an effort to locate both women. A request for public assistance is now being sought.
If you have seen Yanyun Chen or Suqin Feng or know of their whereabouts, please call Richmond RCMP at (604)278-1212. If you wish to remain anonymous, please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
In addition to these four Chinese Nationals that have gone missing since last August, a fourth individual, a Taiwanese National, was also reported as missing from a tour group in Richmond.

Description: Richmond Mounties search for missing Chinese touristsTienan SHI , 55, and Liping WU, 47, were last seen on Sept. 29 at the Sandman Signature Hotel on Bridgeport Road.
Photograph by: Photos Submitted , Richmond News
Police have asked for the public’s help in finding two missing Chinese national tourists.
Tienan Shi, 55, and Liping Wu, 47, were last seen on Sept. 29 at the Sandman Signature Hotel on Bridgeport Road.
They were part of a tour group visiting from China and were due to leave Vancouver on Friday, Oct. 5.
Richmond RCMP said all investigative avenues have failed to find the couple.
Anyone with information on the couple's whereabouts is asked to contact Const. Jennifer Chow at Richmond RCMP, 604-278-1212.
The couple’s disappearance is the second such instance in less than two weeks.
Taiwanese woman Shih Hsueh Wu, 30, was reported missing on Sept. 22. She was also part of a tour group that was scheduled to return to Asia on Sept. 24. Wu was last seen on Sept. 21 at the hotel by her roommate.
It’s not known if she was also staying at the Sandman Hotel

Timothy Cameron

Timothy Cameron is still missing. Police request public’s assistance.

North Vancouver BC  File # 2012-22171 - 2013-01-15 10:22 PST
The North Vancouver RCMP continues to investigate the disappearance of Timothy Cameron. Mr. Cameron was last seen by family in North Vancouver on August 18, 2012. A press release was done on August 27, 2012 asking for the public’s assistance.

All efforts to locate Mr. Cameron have proven negative. The RCMP’s investigation thus far has concluded that Cameron has not made any contact with family or friends, which is concerning to all. Timothy Cameron led a lifestyle that left little trace even prior to his disappearance, so the fact that we cannot find a trace of him now, doesn’t necessarily mean anything. We are faced with two scenarios, said Cpl. Sue Tupper, officer in charge of the North Vancouver’ Missing Persons Unit. Either something has happened and he is no longer alive or he intentionally does not want to be found. The Missing Persons Unit does know that he has been out of touch with loved ones and has left behind clothing and personal items.
Cpl. Tupper explains the reason behind this second media release, We’d like to get this message out to Tim Cameron, and we would like to talk to him. He is not in any trouble; we just want to confirm his wellbeing. This is also an appeal to the general public. If anyone has seen Tim, if he is working for you, or if you know him and have an idea where he would go, please call our unit. Cameron has been known to take cash jobs with commercial fishing vessels.
Timothy Cameron is described as: 53 years old, Caucasian, 6’ 0 (183 cm) tall, slim build, grey hair and brown eyes
Anyone who may have information related to this investigation is asked to contact the North Vancouver Unsolved Homicide/Missing Persons Unit at 604-969-7568 or by email at . If you wish to remain anonymous, you can call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).RCMP
Gui Feng TONG
The Burnaby RCMP is seeking the public's assistance in locating a missing elderly, Asian female. Gui Feng TONG, born November 17, 1946. She is missing from North East Burnaby. Ms. TONG hasn't been heard from since Wednesday, Januray 16. She is described as 5', 100 lbs, slim build. The attached photo is one week old.
Ms. TONG walks and uses transit, only speaks Mandarin, and has no known medical issues.
It's possible Ms. TONG is staying with friends unknown to her family, and is unaware her family is looking for her.
If you know of Ms. TONG's whereabouts or have seen her in the past three days, you're asked to call the Burnaby RCMP at 604-294-7922
Sarah Lynne Robinson

Missing Kamloops youth Sarah Lynne Robinson
Kamloops City BC

File # 2012-12-21 - 2012-12-21 09:21 PST
The Kamloops RCMP are requesting assistance from the public in locating a missing 15 year old female that resides in Kamloops. Sarah Lynne Robinson has been gone from her home since December 7th, 2012. She left the home on her own and is likely staying with people she knows or living off the street.
The girl has been living a life style that could put her in jeopardy. She has been gone from her home a number of times before but usually for shorter time spans. The police want to locate her to ensure she is safe and in good health.
Sarah Lynne Robinson,15 years old, First Nations. 60 cm(5' 3") - 45 kg (99 lbs) - brown hair and eye
If you see or have information about this girl please contact the Kamloops RCMP at 250-828-3000 or Crime Stoppers 1-800-222-8477.
Mijia Du

File 2012-13029 Richmond RCMP Appeals to Missing Person Mijia Du
Richmond RCMP is making a public appeal to 29 year old Mijia Du to contact police as investigators need to ensure she is safe.
In June Mijia Du was reported as missing after not having contact with her family or friends for two years.  Du was last seen at Kwantlen Community College in Richmond in 2010.
Within two weeks after the initial plea for public assistance was issued, Du contacted her family & said she was safe & sound but did not say where she was.
Since that time investigators have been trying to make direct contact with Du to ensure that she is in fact okay.  “A considerable amount of time & effort has been spent trying to locate Du with no stone left unturned, however Du’s whereabouts are still not known,” stated Cpl. Sherrdean Turley, Media Relations Officer for Richmond RCMP.  “The investigation will continue until direct contact is made with Du as her safety is the focus of this investigation.”

Du is described as an Asian female, 5’6” tall, 140 pounds with black hair & brown eyes.
Mijia Du, or anyone that knows of her whereabouts is asked to please call Cst. Bill Gu at (604)278-1212.  If you wish to remain anonymous, please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. RCMP

Emma FillipoffOttawa mom puts life on hold to search Victoria for daughter
Emma Fillipoff

Zev Singer-Ottawa Citizen , Times Colonist December 13, 2012
Two weeks ago, Shelley Fillipoff put everything on hold and flew from Ottawa to Victoria, where, day by day, she searches the city streets. She plans to stay until she finds her daughter.

Fillipoff, an elementary school teacher at Queen Elizabeth School in Perth, Ont., took the trip after a series of phone calls from her daughter, Emma, 26.

Emma was in a fragile emotional state and living in a women’s shelter. With a family history of mental illness, her mother was worried.

Over the course of five days, Emma’s phone calls alternated between asking for help and pushing it away.

“For every phone call that said, ‘;I need your help. Would you come?’ there was at least one that followed that said, ‘;No, no, please don’t. Let me do this by myself, Mum. I need to figure things out,’ ” Shelley said. “And I respected that.”

But to the mother’s ear, the last call seemed different. On the morning of Nov. 28, Shelley heard something in her daughter’s voice that led her to a decision. She lied and promised not to come, then she bought a plane ticket. Her daughter needed her.

At 11 that night she arrived at the Sandy Merriman House, but was told Emma had left the Burdett Avenue shelter five hours earlier. Shelley couldn’t find her, and Emma has not been seen since. All of her possessions, however, including her laptop, her passport and recently borrowed library books, were found inside the 20-year-old Mazda that Emma drove.

Emma, who trained and has worked as a chef, has no history of disappearing, no criminal record and no history with drugs.

Yet, staff at the shelter told Shelley they feared Emma could be a danger to herself.

Shelley said she is staying focused on her search, not on thinking about what might be.

“I can’t sit, I can’t sleep, I can’t eat,” she said. “What am I going to do? I have to look for her. That’s the bottom line: I’m going to find her. I’m going to make sure she’s safe. I don’t know that I’m always positive, but I’m always positive that my love for her is undying and that we as a family can’t be without one of ours.

“I can’t be without one of my kids, so I’m going to find her.”

Every day Shelley works to build her network of people who know Emma or who might cross paths with her.

She talks regularly with the Victoria police, updates the Help Find Emma Fillipoff page on Facebook and distributes flyers with her daughter’s picture.

“I’m working with everybody here,” she said.

Emma, whose often-braided hair reached below her waist, is described as sensitive, shy, artistic and dreamy. She is five-foot-five and somewhere around 100 pounds.

Shelley said she has set no time limit on the search for her daughter.

“My search is going to be until I find her safe.”

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Nikita Lorraine JOSEPH
Police Seek Public’s Help Locating Missing Woman
Prince George BC -
File # Prince George 2012-32607 - 2012-12-12 16:24 PSTT

The Prince George RCMP are seeking the public’s help in locating a missing Prince George resident last seen in November.
On November 17th, 2012, Prince George RCMP received a report of a missing 24 year old, Nikita Lorraine JOSEPH. The investigation has led officers to speak to many of Nikita’s friends and family, but has not located Nikita herself. Many locations where it was thought that Nikita might be, have been checked with negative results. Nikita does not have a place of residence and it is believed that she does not want to be found. The Prince George RCMP are concerned for Nikita’s safety and would very much like to speak to her.
Nikita Lorraine JOSEPH is described as: First Nations female, Long brown hair, Brown eyes, 165 cm (5’5), 60 kg (132 lbs)
We are asking Nikita to please attend the Prince George RCMP at 999 Brunswick Street or call (250)561-3300. If you have any information about Nikita Lorraine JOSEPH or where she might be, please contact the Prince George RCMP at (250)561-3300. RCMP
Missing person David Anthony Klammer
David Anthony Klammer
Revelstoke BC

File # 2012-3616 - 2012-11-07 09:15 PST
On October 8, 2012 thirty-nine year old David Anthony Klammer left his parents residence in Saskatchewan in his White 2003 Subaru Impreza. David was expected to be returning home in White Rock, BC, but has yet to arrive. David was reported missing by his family on October 21, 2012.
On October 26, 2012 a backpack, believed to be David's was found in the brush along a logging road referred to as, twelve mile, South of Revelstoke, BC.

On November 5, 2012 David's vehicle was found to be parked on the logging road at the end of twelve mile. RCMP Air Services conducted a search of the twelve mile area with negative results.
As of November 6, 2012 Search and Rescue are in the process of conducting a ground search. David Klammer is described as a Caucasian male, 188cm (6'2), 89kg (196lb), brown hair with blue eyes. David could possibly be wearing a brown leather jacket with a brown hoodie.
If you have seen David Klammer, or have any information about David Klammer that would assist the RCMP, we ask you to please contact the Revelstoke Detachment at, 250-837-5255
Police Seek Help in Locating Missing Youth

Prince George BC File # Prince George 2012-28942 - 2012-10-29 16:18 PDT The Prince George RCMP are asking the public’s help in locating a missing youth. Kyler STEVENS, 16 years old, was last seen walking on 15th Avenue in Prince George on October 5th, 2012.
Kyler is described as: Caucasian male, 175 cm (5’9,  77 kg (170 lbs), Brown or auburn hair past his ears,  Green eyes, Was last seen wearing:, Grey hoodie, Grey track pants
All attempts to locate Kyler have been negative.If you have any information about Kyler STEVENS or where he might be, please contact the Prince George RCMP at (250)561-3300 or anonymously contact Crime Stoppers at 1(800)222-TIPS (8477), online at External link, opens in a new (English only), or Text-A-Tip to CRIMES (274637) using keyword "pgtips". RCMP
Oh God How can this Happen
This Breaks our Hearts
To Amada's Parents, there are no words to express my thoughts. I do ask and pray that God's Love will comfort you and keep you strong.

Amanda Todd
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Megan Landry's Personal Bullying Experience

After documenting a heart-breaking story about cyber-bullying on a video posted to YouTube last month, 15-year-old Amanda Todd was found dead Wednesday night in Coquitlam. Her tragic death - a suspected suicide - has prompted many to speak out about the dangers of bullying, especially in the age of social media. Premier Christy Clark posted a short video on YouTube today sending her sympathies to Amanda's family. "I just heard about Amanda. I want to say to everyone who loved her, to all her family and friends, how sorry I am about her loss," Clark says on the video. "No one deserves to be bullied. No one earns it. No one asks for it. It isn't a rite of passage. Bullying has to stop."

Click here to see more photos of Amanda Todd
Amanda was a Grade 10 student at an alternative high school in Coquitlam called CABE (Coquitlam Basic Alternative Education), which has approximately 200 students in Grades 10 to 12. Principal Paul McNaughton said the students and staff at the school are grieving today. He said Amanda, who joined the school halfway through the last school year and came back to start Grade 10 in September, had friends at CABE. "It is a very sad case," he said. "I can tell you we feel we tried everything we could to help her when she came to us. "She was quite connected here. The staff and the students here are very much impacted. She had some very strong ties in the school and to staff in the school.
"The whole thing has been pretty hard."
In the YouTube video, Amanda does not speak but instead holds up to the camera white pieces of paper on which her story is told, one phrase at a time. She documented a painful story of being harassed online and being shunned at school, leaving her feeling alone in the world.
In a message accompanying the video post, she added: "I'm struggling to stay in this world, because everything just touches me so deeply. I'm not doing this for attention. I'm doing this to be an inspiration and to show that I can be strong. I did things to myself to make pain go away, because I'd rather hurt myself then someone else. Haters are haters but please don't hate, although im sure I'll get them. I hope I can show you guys that everyone has a story, and everyones future will be bright one day, you just gotta pull through. I'm still here aren't I ?"
YouTube today pulled the video, posting a short explanation that is was removed

because it violates YouTube's terms of service. The school district sent grief counsellors to CABE -- which helps students who are having difficulty in other schools for a variety of reasons -- to speak with students and staff.
District spokeswoman Cheryl Quinton said Coquitlam has many anti-bullying programs in its schools, and noted the issue is becoming even more challenging because of social media. "Bullying . . . is an issue of prime concern for the school district," she said. Amanda had previously gone to school in Maple Ridge but had changed schools and was living in Coquitlam. In the YouTube video, Todd told of living with her father, who she said rescued her when she was lying in a ditch after being beaten by a number of students. She said then moved to another school -- it was CABE she was referring to -- and was with her mom. McNaughton said the family doesn't want to talk to the media.
"We're respecting their wishes," he said. Amanda joined YouTube on September 6 and posted her video Sept. 7. On Sept. 7, Amanda also uploaded a presentation Cybre Bullying on Prezi in which she explains what cyberbullying is and gives advice on dealing with it. In what could turn out to be her own very sad legacy, Amanda urged people to stand up to bullies and to help their victims: "If you see that someone is being bullied, don't be afraid to tell the bully to stop doing what they are doing. Make sure to tell them that it's wrong and that they shouldn't bully other kids." To parents, Amanda urged them "to always give your child emotional support" and help them if they are being bullied. The Amanda Michelle Todd memorial Facebook page, posted early this morning, already has more than

4,000 people "liking" it. Many people were also posting comments on the site. "RIP. my thoughts and prayers go to her family, I cannot even begin to imagine what they are going through. High school is supposed to be the best time of your life, not one where you fear for yourself every day. No one should have to feel the way she did. What is wrong with people, why do they feel the need to bully someone to their death? She was a beautiful young girl who went way too soon," wrote Breanna Lockhart Collins. In a post on its Facebook page, G Force Gym, Home of the Vancouver All Stars cheerleaders, wrote:
"Today we feel the loss of our former VAS family member Amanda . . . I ask that we all watch her video and share her story so that her loss is not in vain. Allow this to be her legacy . . . Allow us all to look around & find the next Amanda before another precious spunky teenager is lost."
Amanda's video echoed another similar online tale entitled My Story: Suicide and Bullying, which was uploaded by Mollydoyle18 on YouTube. It was clear from the comments that Amanda wanted to contact Molly in a private message and apparently had reached her.
Commenting on Amanda's video, Molly wrote today:
"Rest in peace and fly high to Amanda Todd. I was just messaging her about almost a week ago, and I just found out that she has taken her life. She was asking me about how to be an inspiration to others and to get her video more views, and now I have found out that she has passed away . . . This is a terrible tragedy. I wish she could have had her happy ending."

I'm 15 years old and Canadian, and I was inspired to write this song by all the people that have told me I couldn't do what I love to do.
 The more people that didn't believe in me, the harder I strived to do my best in music, because I know one day I can prove them wrong. I filmed the video with my Rebel T1i Canon camera in my back yard then at Algonquin College ( Then I edited it with iMovie. (It's still a little amateur, but I tried my best.) The video storyline itself (bullying / the bully) can probably relate to many, (including myself,) so I hope you all like it! Even if you don't, I still appreciate that you watched it! :)
Go to Youtube and see more of Megan's Songs
Lyrics to Megan's Song Stronger
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Lei "Osword" NIEMissing Male Lei "Osword" NIE
Burnaby BC
- File # 2012-39428 - 2012-10-09 19:58 PDT
The Burnaby RCMP are requesting assistance looking for a missing 21 year old Chinese male: Lei "Osword" NIE. NIE last spoke to his parents in China via video teleconference on August 19, 2012 and is last known to be residing in Burnaby area.
NIE is described as a 21 year old Chinese male, with black short to mid length hair, thin build, brown eyes, glasses, approximately 5'7, and wears glasses.
Police have been unable to locate NIE and are now turning to the public for help. If you have any information regarding NEI's whereabouts please contact the  Burnaby RCMP at 604-294-7922, your local police department, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).
Janice Demkiw - A Plea from Janice Sister

Janice Demkiw
Surrey BC
My little sister Janice Demkiw is still missing, she's been missing before but this is the longest stretch that we haven't seen her for; last December was also the first holiday season that she never contacted anyone in the family. She has gone missing before and been found but it's been a year and a half since anyone in her family has seen her. It's been at least  6 months since she has been seen by the Vancouver police. A more recent photo above, that I believe is much more to her likeness, and her description is a little off as her eyes are more blue than hazel (they only have brown around the pupil) and she's 4'8" instead of 4'10,(though she usually wears high heels or platforms). She has a tatoo of a moon and stars on her right shoulder. 
She has in past years lived in both the DownTown East Side/ Commercial drive area of Vancouver
For other details please go here Janice DEMKIW
Shih Hsueh Wu
Richmond BC - File # 2012-28109 - 2012-09-25 11:31 PDT
Richmond RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a missing 30 year old female from Taiwan. On September 22nd Richmond RCMP received a report that 30 year old Shih Hsueh Wu of Taipei went missing from her tour group. The tour group originated in Asia & was scheduled to return on September 24th. Wu was last seen on September 21st at her hotel by her roommate. Wu has no family or friends in Canada & speaks little English. Wu’s primary language is Vietnamese however she does speak a little Mandarin. Wu is described as an Asian female, 5 foot 3 inches tall, 100 pounds, slim build with shoulder length black hair & dark brown eyes which appear black. Anyone that may have seen Wu or anyone that knows of her whereabouts is asked to please call Richmond RCMP at (604)278-1212. If you wish to remain anonymous, please call Crime Stoppers at  1-800-222-8477.

North Vancouver, Integrated Homicide Investigation Team
Found Remains North Vancouver – Public Assistance Requested
Facial approximation of female victim found in North Vancouver

North Vancouver, Integrated Homicide Investigation Team
File # IHIT File: 2012-2454 North Vancouver File: 2012-21765
2012-09-19 12:38 PDT

On August 18, 2012 the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team (IHIT) took conduct of an investigation in North Vancouver after human remains were located off of a gravel pathway. At this point investigators have determined that this individual has not been reported missing and we are relying on friends, family and the public to come forward with any information that might help us identify her. It appears attempts were made to conceal the victim in this location and investigators continue to treat this as a homicide. There are many details we will not be able to address however, through analysis of the remains we can share the following: The victim is a smaller framed female ranging in height from 5’2 – 5’6. We believe she was in her mid twenties to early fourties and had shoulder length, wavy, black hair. Attached is a photo taken of her teeth which indicates some visible dental work on the front few top teeth. This would appear to be discoloration from her existing teeth and would be noticeable if one were up close to her. (See attached photo of actual teeth) We also know the victim sustained an injury to her middle back, months if not years before her death. Two of her vertebrae were broken and this particular injury may have required an emergency room visit or several days of bed rest followed by non-surgical care. It may have required a brace. We are attaching a photo of the jeans and shoes similar to what the victim was wearing at the time of her death. These specific clothing items appear to only be sold in Europe or possibly on-line. The jeans are black VS Miss brand skinny jeans and the shoes are an adidas slip on, medium brown in color.(See attached photos)
Somewhere out there is a family waiting for this young women to come home. We need the public to help us identify her and assist investigators in moving this investigation forward, says Sgt. Jennifer Pound.
Anyone with information about this investigation, or anyone who can identify this victim is asked to contact IHIT by phone tipline at 1-877-551-4448 or by email to
If you wish to remain anonymous there are Four Ways to Leave an Anonymous Tip with Crime Stoppers:  Web:  Talk: 1-800-222-8477  Text: BCTIP and your message to CRIMES (274637) Facebook:

Vs. Miss black jeans

Photo of Victim's teethadidas slip on shoes

Alfred Peter Sassin

The Vancouver Police are asking for the public’s help to find a missing elderly man who has not been seen since July 9th.

Description: Mr. Sassin is a white male, 79 years old, 5′ 08″ tall and weighs 155 lbs with white hair, blue eyes and wears glasses. Mr. Sassin often wears jeans and a collared casual shirt. Alfred Peter Sassin has not been since he left his home in downtown Vancouver on July 9th. Mr. Sassin’s absence was reported to police on July 16th. Mr. Sassin keeps to himself, travels on transit and spends his days at the Vancouver Public Library and various other locations downtown. Mr. Sassin speaks both English and German. Mr. Sassin has no known health concerns that police are aware of. Friends say that Sassin’s departure is unlike him and police are growing concerned for his safety as he has now missed an important appointment. Area searches by police around his home as well as checks of public transit, other Metro Vancouver police agencies, taxi companies, and local hospitals, have failed to turn up any sign of Mr. Sassin.
Anyone who sees Alfred Sassin is asked to contact 9-1-1 immediately.

Harold Andre SeawardPhoto of Harold Andre SeawardRCMP Look for Missing Canoe Man
Salmon Arm BC File # 2012-4931 - 2012-08-29 15:43 PDT
The Salmon Arm RCMP are seeking the public's assistance in locating a missing man reported to the Salmon Arm RCMP Detachment on August 26th, 2012.
Harold Andre Seaward (known as Andre Seaward) 55 years old, is a long-time resident of Canoe, BC whom has been living aboard his boat, 150meters off of the shore near the Canoe Mill. He was last seen in Canoe approximately one week ago. Also missing is Seaward's canoe which he uses as transportation between the shore and his boat. The canoe is described as 10-12ft, aluminum with no markings, in poor condition, with a barbecue attached. Seaward has been known to frequent both the Chase and Enderby areas and may possibly have a truck and camper at or around Mabel Lake though at the time of this release police have been unable to locate the vehicle. Andre Seaward is described as; Caucasian, 5' 7" tall, 150 Lbs, Brown eyes, Grey Brown hair, Moustache Police believe that Seaward's disappearance is not suspicious at this time however Police are concerned for the safety of Seaward. If anyone has information as to the location of Seaward or recently had any contact with Seaward, they are asked to call the Salmon Arm RCMP Detachment at (250)832-6044 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS(8477). RCMP

Faban Robert
Nanaimo BC
Vehicle Found

Daniel Koenig
Chetwynd BC
Lianjie Guo’s husband & son have made a public plea for the safe return of their beloved family member.

 Lianjie GUO
Richmond BC

Luke Degerness
Prince George BC
Mother Pleas for Help In Locating Son
Luke vanished three years ago

Please help his Mom find him.
It has been three years this week since Gina Degerness last saw her son Luke.
He was 14 at the time.
Latest News
No New Evidence Following Search For Missing Person

Barry Blain SEYMOUR
Fort Ware BC
Family Continue Search For 24 year old Maxwell Brown Jr.

Maxwell Brown Jr
Prince Rupert, Bella Bella BC
Fan Xin Kong
Vancouver BC
German Citizen
Family is Requesting Help

Till Moritz GERULL
Yukon RCMP

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Kayla Anne Koks
Burnaby BC
Burned ATV in Naramata belongs to missing man

Kelowna BC
A year after David Cox was reported missing the police and his family is still looking for him

David Cox
Cranbrook BC


Bowen body ID’d as missing UBC student

By James Weldon, North Shore News May 25, 2012

Our Sincere Prayers are with Michell's family

Mitchell Gallivan
Vanocuver BC


Jody Hendrikson
Squamish, B.C
IHIT investigators take over case of missing Squamish teen Jodi Henrickson

 Andre Hing Chuen Lee
 Vancouver police seek help to find missing man
MAY 23, 2012

Vancouver police are asking the public to help them find Andre Hing Chuen Lee, 49, missing since about 1:30 p.m. this afternoon and last seen around East Fifth Avenue and Main Street.
Photograph by: Handout , RCMP
Vancouver police are asking the public to help them find Andre Hing Chuen Lee, 49, missing since about 1:30 p.m. this afternoon and last seen around East Fifth Avenue and Main Street.
The 5'6" tall (1.67 m) Lee weighs about 150 lbs. and may be very distressed and using the SkyTrain to get around, according to a news release.
Lee has a medium build, short black hair, brown eyes and may be wearing glasses, police say. He has a scorpion tattoo on his left forearm and was last seen wearing beige pants, a black T-shirt, a black Columbia brand jacket and brown shoes.
Police are asking anyone who sees Lee to call 911 immediately.
© Copyright (c) The Vancouver Sun

Surrey RCMP Media Advisory
File:  2011-21092 - Date: 2012-05-02

Missing Persons Unit public appeal

Starting tomorrow, the Surrey RCMP’s Missing Persons Unit will be making a monthly public appeal to generate tips on a selection of historic missing persons cases.

Some of these cases involve persons who may have had medical or substance abuse issues, were fleeing difficult situations or been involved in child custody issues. And some have simply just vanished. “With this new series, the Missing Persons Unit is appealing to the public to assist with solving these mysteries and bring closure to these individuals’ families and their loved ones,” says Surrey RCMP Cpl. Barb Creighton. "While the overwhelming majority of people are located within a short time of being reported missing, some of these cases go back years and even decades."

The Surrey RCMP’s Missing Persons Unit is comprised of seasoned investigators who work with multiple agencies to locate outstanding people. They also conduct follow up assessments after an individual has been located to ensure the safety of the individual going forward and to prevent any possible future occurrences.

Members of the Missing Person Unit will be available to the media tomorrow morning at 10:00am at Surrey RCMP's Main Detachment to discuss this series as well as the mandate of their Unit.

Surrey RCMP Media Relations Unit - Ph 604-599-7776 - Fax: 604-599-8892


Missing Prince George man facing sex charges in Alberta

Prince George BC


Our Prayers are with Brian's Family.
That they may feel Love, Hope and Comfort.

Brian Safari Mbaruk, 21, has been missing since Nov. 18. Police believe the Vancouver man may have been headed for North Vancouver's Baden Powell Trail before he disappeared. A search for Mbaruk was called off late Tuesday.
Brian Safari Mbaruk
Vancouver BC

Body of young Vancouver man found in Lynn Valley

Was missing since November

By Mike Hager, Vancouver Sun May 4, 2012 6:02 PM

Authorities in North Vancouver have confirmed that a body found by hikers this week near the popular Norvan Falls trail in Lynn Valley is a young Vancouver man missing since last November.

The body of avid hiker Brian Safari Mbaruk, 20, was found in a small creek above the waterfall on Wednesday, and, after it was recovered and dental records confirmed his identity, the BC Coroners Service ruled his death an accident.

Mbaruk was reported missing to the Vancouver police department on Nov. 19, 2011, one day after he had last been seen alive on a bus headed for Grouse Mountain. He planned to go on a day hike in the North Shore mountains. An extensive two-day search by North Shore Search and Rescue was conducted, but turned up nothing.

His family has been notified and foul play has been ruled out the coroner said.


© Copyright (c) The Vancouver Sun

April 12-2012
Human Remains Found - Death Not Suspicious


Also see Prince George Murders and Cynthia
Tyeshia JONES
Duncan BC

Karrie-Ann Stone
Duncan BC

Mothers mourn as RCMP name suspect in two Duncan killings

SEE Details

Cassandra Wilson
Kamloops BC

Stephen Begg
Surrey BC

Winnipeg police are asking for the public's help in finding 17-year-old Leah Macleod who was reported missing in February. (photo provided by Winnipeg police)
Leah Macleod
Winnipeg BC

Charles Drake MACKIE
Colwood BC

 Lyle McCann and Marie McCann
Travis Vader charged with first-degree murder in case of missing McCann couple
Other News Stories

Postmedia News April 23, 2012 11:02 AM
Lyle and Marie McCann
 RCMP have charged Travis Vader, 40, with two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of Lyle McCann and Marie McCann. The Alberta couple vanished in July 2010 while on their way to meet their daughter in B.C.

Vader had been identified for some time by authorities as a suspect in the disappearance, but had yet to be charged.

The McCanns bodies have never been found, but the RCMP have said they believe the couple from St. Albert, Alta., were murdered near nearby Edson, Alta., the day they were last seen.

Lyle, 78, and Marie, 77, left their home with their motorhome and an SUV in tow, on their way to B.C.

The burned motorhome was found two days later at Minnow Lake campground, about 150 kilometres west of Edmonton.

The SUV was found abandoned less than two weeks later in a remote wooded area not far from the motorhome.

Police linked Vader to the case within days and released his name and mug shot as a "person of interest," and warned the public not to approach him.

After Vader's arrest on unrelated charges, RCMP upgraded his status to "suspect."

Edmonton Journal

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Taylor Van Diest 

Matthew Foerster
Charged with 1st. Murder

Father and son charged in murder of B.C. teen Taylor Van Diest

By Staff Reporter, The Province April 5, 2012 3:12 PM
Matthew Foerster and Stephen Roy Forester (No Photo)


Family desperate to find son after 2007 disappearance

Jeff Surtel

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Michael Dunahee was four years old when he disappeared from a Victoria playground in 1991
Michael Dunahee composite sketch
Missing 21 Years
- Also see Earlier stories Murders

Natasha Lynn Montgomery
Cody Legebokoff charged with her murder

Surrey BC
Jack Woodruff
confessed to killing his girlfriend, Karen Batke

Karen Batke
Surrey BC

Denis Olegovich Ivanov
Vancouver BC
Gregory Welstead
Sunshine Coast BC
Sunshine Coast UPDATE – Public Asked to Join Search party for Missing Gregory Welstead

MARCH 2-2012
Search continues for missing girl Katelyn Noble


May 19-11
Sask. RCMP search rural property for missing B.C. teen Katelyn Noble
Katelyn Noble

John Cooper
Chilliwack BC
Search Continues

Nanaimo BC

Stephen Bruce Marshal
Vancouver BC

 Joseph Dumont

Have you seen Joseph Dumont?
Coquitlam - File # 2012-322 - 2012-02-13 09:32 PST
Coquitlam – A worried mother from Quebec called the Coquitlam Mounties on January 3rd to report her son missing. Since that time, both the police and the family have tried numerous ways attempting to locate the 45 years old missing man, Joseph Harold Dumont. Joseph last spoke to his mother in December about flying home for the holidays. Joseph’s current address is unknown, but investigators believe he frequents the Coquitlam and Burnaby border area.

Joseph Dumont is described as: a Caucasian male,  - 5’10” tall (178 cm),  - 176 lbs (80 kg), and  - with salt and pepper hair and green eyes. - His clothing description is unknown.

If you know his whereabouts, please contact the Coquitlam RCMP at 604-945-1550 and quote file number 2012-322.

Shelley Doris Tubbs
Chilliwack, BC
David Fortin

David Fortin
Richmond, BC
Veronica Lem
Veronica Lem
Richmond, BC
Roderic Paul Maynard
Roderic Paul MAYNARD
Sidney North Saanich BC

Dylan Koshman has been missing since October 2008, when he was last seen in Edmonton. His mother, Melanie Alix, is joining the fight to have a voluntary national DNA data bank of family members of missing people to help identify any remains found across the country.
Dylan Koshman has been missing since October 2008, when he was last seen in Edmonton. His mother, Melanie Alix, is joining the fight to have a voluntary national DNA data bank of family members of missing people to help identify any remains found across the country.
Call renewed for DNA data bank for missing people


Vancouver police investigating disappearances of five young men
Global News : Friday, February 03, 2012 2:12 PM

Vancouver police are asking the public to help them solve the cases of five young men who went missing in the last year.

Permadech Tatti
was reported missing to the VPD by a family friend on March 20, 2011. He is from Thailand and came to Canada to attend school. Permadech recently dropped out and his work visa expires in September 2012. He is a 21-year-old Thai man, 6’1” tall and weighs 165 pounds. He was last seen on March 11, 2011, by a neighbour, sitting in front of his home in southwest Vancouver with a large suitcase.


 a.k.a. Marcia CHIPMAN.  WILSON

Claudine "Michelle" Noel
Toronto ON
Claudine "Michelle" Noel


We are THANKFUL that 5 of the recent posts have been found SAFE :)

Elton Wilfred McKay
Police ask for help to find missing Prince Albert man

Leader-Post January 22, 2012

PRINCE ALBERT — Police are asking for the public’s help to locate Elton Wilfred McKay.

The 55-year-old Prince Albert man had travelled to Dawson Creek B.C. on Friday, Jan. 13, and was supposed to return to Prince Albert on Sunday, Jan. 15.

He has not returned home.

McKay was driving a white Plymouth Voyageur with Saskatchewan license plate 103 HYI.

He is described as a First Nations male, 5 foot 10 and 170 pounds.

He has short grey hair with some black in it, a slim build and a medium complexion.

He also wears glasses.

Prince Albert RCMP are asking anyone with information about McKay or his vehicle to contact them at (306) 765-5500.

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Ebony Wilson, 17
Comox Valley BC
Emma Lokelani Woods, 15 years old
Emma Lokelani WOODS
Possibly in BC/Vancouver Island
Since October 2008
Missing Person DNA Bank
Needed - Mother Said

Dylan Koshman

Edmonton AB

Perry Sebastian
Burns Lake BC
Photograph of Martin Chambers
Martin George Chambers
Coquitlam BC

Looking for answers
Found Deceased

Rory Wayne McGillivary
Kamloops BC
With deep sympathy we pray for Rory's Family.
For a measure of comfort and peace
in this most difficult time

William McHENDRY
Kelowna BC

Sidney BC
Missing Boater Found Deceased

File # 2011-6858 update - 2012-01-04 09:33 PST
On January 3rd, 2012 an adult male’s body was found on shore near Sansum Narrows near Maple Bay, BC and it has been identified as Mr. Hollands, who was missing from his boat on December 26th in Todd Inlet.
Duncan North Cowichan RCMP were called and attended with the coroner after the body was found by a member of the public. The body has been identified as Mr. Hollands and family has been notified. RCMP will be working with the coroner service to investigate the cause of death however the investigation to this point still does not indicate any type of suspicious circumstances or foul play.
Our thoughts go to the family of Mr. Hollands and we thank all the people that were involved in the search for him when he first went missing.

Released by Cpl. Chris Swain
Sidney North Saanich RCMP 9895 4th Street, Sidney, BC V8L 2Z5 Office: 250-656-3931
Fax: 250-656-8139


Riley Glenn
Pemberton BC
picture of missing male
North Vancouver BC
Tam Minh &#8220;Steven&#8221; Pham
Tam Minh -Steven- Pham
Vancouver BC

Rbeccah Ankersen & Ryan Racette
Sudden appeal for help solving 2009 disappearance

Jody Hendrikson
Squamish, B.C
IHIT investigators take over case of missing Squamish teen Jodi Henrickson

Police Continue Search For Missing Indo-Canadian Man

Mandeep Singh BAL
Surrey BC 

Ian Vissers
Penticton BC
December 27-11
Missing Vancouver man Matthew Huszar’s family clinging to hope

Vancouver Police are requesting the public's assistance to find Matthew Huszar, 25. Huszar was last seen Dec. 16 leaving a Gastown pub after an office Christmas party.
Matthew Huszar
Vancouver BC
Anyone with information on Allanna Tatchell is asked to call their local police department.
Allanna Tatchell
Vancouver BC
Angeline Eileen Pete
Where is Angeline Pete?
Family renews search for North Vancouver woman

North Vancouver RCMP provide information on Angeline Pete missing person investigation
Vigil Held in Courtenay BC Nov. 23-11
Angeline's Mom - Molly Dixon speaks out

Angeline Eileen Pete - Quatsino Village close to (PT.Hardy) BC
Coquitlam Mounties are still looking for missing Riverview patient Marc Veillette

Marc Veillette
Coquitlam BC
It's been two months since anyone has seen
Jafar Imanpour

Jafar Imanpour
Cquitlam BC

Mandeep Singh BAL
Surrey BC

Geraldine Alice Devlin
Kamloops BC
We are missing our beloved 19 year old son Mitchell. he's been gone since Oct 19  he is most likely in a wilderness setting in BC or Alberta

See More Details Here
With Great Sadness we announce that Barry's Body was Indentified
Friday February 28, 2014
IHIT File: 2011-4009 and 2014-344
Mission RCMP File: 2011-11305

On February 16, 2014 human remains were found at the Fraser River near Walters Street in Abbotsford, BC.  Through the assistance of the BC Coroner's Service the remains have been identified as 44 year old, Barry Hinchcliffe of Vancouver who went missing from Mission in September, 2011.  IHIT continues to conduct this investigation as a homicide.  Cause of death and other information relating to the remains are not being released at this time.

"We are fortunate to provide to a grieving family some closure with the remains of Barry being found but our ultimate goal is to solve this homicide." said Sgt. Adam MacIntosh of IHIT.

Vancouver Man Missing, IHIT Asking for Public Assistance

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Barry Carl Hinchcliffe
Vancouver BC
FEDDERLY now considered missing

Tyler Eugene FETTERLY
Prince George BC

Gary Thomas ORGIL
Possibly in Prince George or Northern BC

Chase RCMP continue investigation into missing person case 40yr old
Shayne Murray Robinson
Celista, BC

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Burnaby BC
Also See Cynthia
April 12-2012


-Cody Legebokoff Murders-
Accused - Cody Alan Legebokoff

Trial for accused B.C. serial killer could take up to a year
B.C. mom comforted that daughter’s killing may have saved lives
Tens of thousands of text messages linked to accused serial killer
B.C. sex workers feel safer after accused serial killer charged, says advocate
Who is alleged serial killer Cody Legebokoff, accused in the murders of four B.C. women?
Cynthia's Maas Family News Release
‘A terrible wait’ along B.C.’s Highway of Tears
Teamwork praised in finding teen’s body, arresting suspect

Story about Loren Nov. 29-2010
Man charged in death of B.C. girl, 15 - Loren Leslie
CTV - Mon Oct 17, 10:02 PM
B.C. man charged in murders of 4 women
3 additional homicide charges laid in Northern BC investigation

Loren Leslie

Cynthia Maas

Jill Stacey Stuchenko

Natasha Lynn Montgomery
(Not Yet Found)
April 12-2012

 Loren Leslie was murdered, see article below;

THAT MAKES IT 4!!!!!!!!
2011-10-17 09:29 PDT
Statement issued by: Insp. Brendan Fitzpatrick, E Division Major Crime Section

The RCMP is here today to announce that a series of homicide charges have been laid in connection with one investigation dating back to 2009 and two investigations from 2010.
Cody Alan Legebokoff
These charges are the result of a 10 month coordinated investigation calledPhoto of suspect - Cody Alan Project E-Prelude, a joint investigation led by investigators from the North District Major Crime unit and the Prince George RCMP Detachment Serious Crime Unit. It also involved extensive resources from around the province including investigators and support staff from the E Division Serious Crime Unit, Behavioral Science Group, the E Division Interview Team, Criminal Analysts and a number of specialized RCMP Forensic Laboratories throughout the country. Investigators also took the unusual step of utilizing a Forensic Specialist from the United States to examine specific aspects of the available evidence.

We can announce today that 3 counts of first degree murder have been laid against 21 year old Cody Alan Legebokoff from Prince George in connection with the deaths of 35 year old Jill Stacey Stuchenko, 35 year old Cynthia Frances Maas, and 23 year old Natasha Lynn Montgomery. Legebokoff was arrested this past Friday at the Prince George Regional Correctional Center where he is currently awaiting trial in the November 2010 homicide of 15 year old Loren Donn Leslie from Fraser Lake, BC.

Jill Stuchenko was a mother from Prince George. She was also a talented singer. She was reported missing to police on OctoberPhoto of Jill Stuchenko 22, 2009. At the time, the Prince George RCMP conducted a missing persons investigation and sought the assistance of the media and the public to help find her. Sadly, her body was found on October 26th, 2009 in a gravel pit off Otway Road in the outskirts of Prince George, BC.

Cynthia MaasPhoto of Cynthia Maas was also a mother. She was reported missing by her friends on September 23rd, 2010. Her family was also concerned because they had not heard from her over the course of several weeks. Despite numerous proactive policing initiatives on the part of the Prince George Detachment and North District Major Crime Unit, such as street checks, contact with various organizations and businesses and other search efforts, Cynthia was not found until October 9, 2010, when her body was discovered in LC Gunn Park, also in a remote area of Prince George.
Natasha Montgomery
Also a mother, Natasha Montgomery was
 originally from Quesnel, BC but had been living in the Prince George area. When she failed to connect with her family after a number of weeks, her friends contacted the RCMP to report her missing. She was reported missing the same day as Cynthia Maas. While her body has not been recovered, investigative findings have resulted in a murder charge in relation to her disappearance.

All four were women loved by their friends and family. All four were homicide victims. As a result of Project E- PRELUDE, all four of these murdered women have been connected to a single suspect.

We have spent the last 24 hours with members of the victims’ families and support services have been provided to help them through this difficult time. It was evident by our meeting yesterday; these women were all very vibrant, talented and loving. They were all mothers, daughters, and aunts and possess large extended familes who miss them tremendously. The families request privacy at this very sad time.

We also respect news of this development and the charges will be met with mixed emotions by the community. These are difficult and complex investigations that require a dedicated team of resources. This group and particularly the RCMP remain committed to ensuring justice is delivered.

While these cases are before the courts, I am limited to the amount of information or details I can provide at this time. However, I can confirm that in all three of these new cases investigators were assigned with first locating the missing person. Upon receiving the Missing Person Reports investigators were immediately focused on locating the women and gathering information as to their potential whereabouts. This consisted of a number of proactive policing strategies including street checks, designated patrols, targeting areas and people known to frequent areas these women were known to have attended. Extensive and immediate follow-up was conducted on potential sightings as well as a number of other investigative avenues. In fact, during this time at least one other woman was reported missing. The on-going investigation thankfully located her safe and sound in another city.

When they were located, in the cases of Jill Stuchenko and Cynthia Maas, the crime scenes were examined and the latest in forensic collection and analysis methods were used. In two of the four cases, this also included, as I mentioned earlier, utilizing a forensic specialist from Pennsylvania who utilized state of the art computer technology to forensically examine some of the evidence.

Over the course of the investigation a number of search warrants were executedPhoto de Loren Leslie at two Prince George residences associated to 21 year old Cody LEGEBOKOFF. The vehicle he was driving during the aftermath of 15 year old Loren LESLIE’s November 27, 2010 murder was also painstakingly forensically examined over the course of several weeks. It was a combination of many factors, along with a dedicated team of investigators that has brought us to the point where these additional three charges can be laid.

However, our investigation is not over. We do need the public’s help. In order to assist us with advancing our investigation, we are releasing a photo of Cody Alan Legebokoff and his vehicle.

Legebokoff is described as 21 years old, Caucasian male, 6 feet 2 inches tall, weighing approximately 220 pounds, with blonde hair and blue eyes. His vehicle is described as a Black 2004 GMC ½ ton pickup truck. We also know that he was an avid user of social media and technology. Our investigation indicates he extensively utilized social media and on-line dating to correspond with friends, associates, potential girlfriends and others. He frequently used the on-line name of 1CountryBoy.

It should also been known that Mr. LEGEBOKOFF lived in Lethbridge, Alberta for a short time between June 2008 and August 2009.

We are asking anyone with any information, in particular between the time period of October 2009 and November 2010 to call a special Tip Line that has been established for this case. The number 1-877-987-8477 (TIPS)

We believe there are others out there that may have been in contact with LEGEBOKOFF or these victims and possess information that can assist our on-going investigation.
Released by:
"E" Div. Communications Services  Phone: 604-264-2929
30 Years Missing
I'll Never Give Up

Maureen O'Donnell Sanchez, is asking help to find her missing  sister, Judith Erin O'Donnell

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Website launched for Michael Dunahee search
4-year-old boy disappeared in 1991 from Victoria playground.

Rita Chretien says relationship with God helped her survive Nevada ordeal
Global NEWS

EXCLUSIVE: B.C. woman tells her story of survival in Nevada desert for the first time

Rumina Daya, Global News : Monday, October 03, 2011 6:00 PM

Katherine Cora McNeil
Amherst, Nova Scotia
She has many friends throughout Cumberland County in Nova Scotia, as well as Moncton, New Brunswick, and British Columbia.  Katherine Cora McNeil was born in Queens County, Nova Scotia and therefore has ties to that area as well.
Update – John FADDEN still missing. Police need public’s help

University Hospital

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Mother makes emotional
plea to find Aaron.
See Youtube

Aaron Derbyshire
Kelowna BC
Since Sept. 2006

Samantha Rachel LANGE
Surrey BC
Parents of missing Pinoy teen appeal for help.


Dennis James DJ Bastillo

Vancouver, B.C.
Prince George BC
Genevieve Bouchard
North Vancouver BC

Nancy Joyce Swenty
Fisher, Manitoba
RCMP find suspect in Swenty
slaying in southern Alberta

Police looking for author of letter regarding historical missing person investigation

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