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Charles Horvath
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Murder charges in deaths of 11-yr-old Kathryn-Mary and of 12-yr-old Monica Jack  - SEE FULL STORY
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With Great Sadness - Hailey was found deceased
 

May Angels Surround all of Hailey's Family

EDMONTON — RCMP victims services confirmed at a public vigil in Blairmore Tuesday night the remains of two-year-old Hailey Dunbar-Blanchette have been found.

RCMP also announced the Amber Alert, which was issued shortly after 2 p.m. Monday, had been dropped.

Sources tell Global News the girl’s remains were found close to the town of Blairmore where she went missing.

Earlier Tuesday, the RCMP said they took a 22-year-old man into custody in relation to the girl’s disappearance. He was also a suspect in the death of the girl’s father, 27-year-old Terry Blanchette, whose body was found inside the family home.

“That person’s been arrested in association with both the homicide and disappearance of Hailey,” said Supt. Tony Hamori at an afternoon press conference.

Click this Link GLOBAL NEWS: Video coverage of the abduction of
Hailey Dunbar-Blanchette and murder of her father

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Missing 17 Year Old Boater - Bryce Gray
Burns Lake BC

2015-07-30 13:11 PDT - File # 2015-1786
With Great Sadness We Report
& Our Sincere Condolences to Bryce Family

Terrace Search and Rescue say Gray’s body was found at the bottom of Tchesinkut Lake yesterday.
Burns Lake RCMP have partnered with Search and Rescue to look for an overdue 17-year-old boater. Bryce Gray’s boat was found empty and missing the motor in the early morning hours on the shore of Tchesinkut Lake on July 29. Gray was last seen at about 1 p.m. on July 28 and has not been heard from since. Mounties along with SAR, RCMP Air Services, community volunteers and a canine unit are involved in an extensive search of the lake and surrounding area. Burns Lake RCMP are asking the public for any information about Gray’s location, or can help in the search, to call the detachment at 250-692-7171 or Crime Stoppers.
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On Tuesday July 28, 2014 at approximately 8:55 p.m. Burns Lake RCMP received a report of an overdue boater on Tchesinkut Lake. 17 year old Bryce Gray was last seen at approximately 1:00 p.m. on July 28, 2015. In the early morning hours of July 29, 2015 the boat was located on the shore of Tchesinkut Lake empty and the boat motor missing. Bryce has not been heard from since.
The Burns Lake RCMP have partnered with the Burns Lake Search and Rescue, The BC Conservation Services, Ministry of Forests, RCMP Air Services, Victim Services, Police Dog Services and several community volunteers who have engaged in an extensive search of Tchesinkut Lake and the surrounding area.
The Burns Lake RCMP are requesting that if the public have any information about Bryce’s whereabouts, or can aid in the search, to call the Burns Lake RCMP at 250-692-7171 or Crimestoppers at (250) 222-8477 (TIPS) or www.bccrimestoppers.com.

Man Killed by Sex Worker in West Virginia Could Be Linked to 10 Other Attacks
by M. Alex Johnson
Also Jessie Foster whose Family lives in BC
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Police believe a man killed last week by a West Virginia sex worker could be linked to the disappearances or deaths of four prostitutes in the Las Vegas area a decade ago — and maybe a half-dozen more women in Chillicothe, Ohio. Charleston, West Virginia, police said the man, identified as Neal Falls, 45, most recently of Springfield, Oregon, was killed July 18 in the apartment of an escort he'd met on Backpage, an online personals portal often used to arrange sexual liaisons.
The woman, whose identity hasn't been released, told investigators Falls drew a gun and tried to strangle her. She said she grabbed Falls' gun when he set it down to overpower her and shot him.
Police said they found what they described as a "kill kit" in the trunk of Falls' car, including handcuffs, knives, axes, a sledgehammer, a bulletproof vest, another gun, shovels and bleach and other cleaning supplies.  Lt. Steve Cooper, chief of detectives for the Charleston police, told NBC station WSAZ of Charleston that authorities issued a national alert because "based on the items this man had in his possession, it's hard to imagine this was only going to be a one-time event for him."
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Neal Falls was shot and killed July 18 by a woman Charleston, West Virginia, police described as a sex worker whom he'd attacked. Charleston, West Virginia, Police Department
Authorities said Falls lived in Henderson, Nevada, near Las Vegas, about a decade ago, during the same period that three local women whom police described as prostitutes were killed and found dismembered and one other disappeared. Police in the Las Vegas area, including Henderson, said they are coordinating with Charleston police to find a connection.

IMAGE: dead or missing Nevada women
The four dead or missing Nevada women were identified as, from top left, Jodi Marie Brewer, Lindsay Marie Harris, Misty Marie Saens and Jessica Edith Foster. San Bernardino County, California, Sheriff's Office; U.S. National Missing and Unidentified Persons System; Foster family
The Nevada women police Falls may be linked to are:
Jodi Marie Brewer, 19, who disappeared from Las Vegas in August 2003. Her torso, wrapped in plastic, was found later the month near Interstate 15 in San Bernardino County, California, south of the Nevada border.
Lindsay Marie Harris, who was 21 when she disappeared from Henderson in May 2005. Her legs were found near Interstate 55 south of Springfield, Illinois, three weeks later.
Misty Marie Saens, who was 25 when she disappeared from Las Vegas the same month as Brewer. Partial remains were found in the desert on a road leading to Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area near Las Vegas.
Jessica Edith Foster, who was 21 when she was last seen March 28, 2006, at her home in North Las Vegas. She remains missing.
Foster's mother, Glendene Grant, shown a picture of Falls on Friday, told NBC station KSNV of Las Vegas: "He has the most evil eyes and face."
Police in Chillicothe, Ohio, told NBC station WKYC of Cleveland that they were also looking into whether Falls was linked to the deaths of four women and the disappearances of two others there. All were described as young and suffering from drug addiction, and some were believed to have been prostitutes.
Chillicothe police said they hadn't been able to establish a link yet, but Ross County Chief Sheriff's Deputy T.J. Hollis told The Chillicothe Gazette that an investigative team was being sent to Charleston.

"He was a bad actor, and clearly his intentions were dark," Cooper of the Charleston police told WKYC.
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Missing senior is former Penticton mayoral candidate - Benny Wolfe
Global News
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UPDATE: The missing senior is better known as Benny Wolfe, a former Penticton mayoral candidate with a colourful past. Wolfe pleaded guilty for obtaining sexual services from an underage prostitute in 2013. He served seven months in prison. KELOWNA – Police are hoping the public can help track down a senior who’s been missing for more than two weeks.
71-year-old Benjamin Wolfe has not been seen or heard from since June 29. Police say Wolfe has no cell phone and no vehicle.
He was last seen in his residence in the 1000 block of Harvey Avenue.
Wolfe is described as 5’5″ tall, slim build with dark curly hair and balding on top.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Kelowna RCMP or Crime Stoppers.

Family of missing man pleads for public help
Julie Chadwick Daily News  - June 25, 2015 12:00 AM
It was an emotional day for the father and brother of Jason Burns, Jason Burns.jpga 42-year-old man who has been missing since May 4. In a press conference hosted on Wednesday afternoon by the Nanaimo RCMP, both Sidney Burns, Jason's father, and Dr. Stephen Burns, Jason's brother, asked the public for help in the ongoing search for Jason.
Almost two months ago, Jason left his assisted-living facility on Rosstown Road and has not been seen since.
A two-week search focused on a large wooded area near his last-known location at the end of May did not turn up any information or clues, said Nanaimo RCMP spokesman Gary O'Brien.
A subsequent aerial search by helicopter on June 11 was also fruitless, he added.
"We need somebody to come forward and further the investigation," said O'Brien. "We've done the ground search, we've had our chopper out for an aerial view. We've done what we can do investigatively."
Jason was known to be solitary and was often isolated, said his brother Stephen. He was also diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic. He has gone missing for short periods twice previously.
"Once for one to two days and the other time for three to four days. The first time he returned of his own accord and the second time he was just found walking on the street," said Stephen.
Aside from the length of time he has now been missing, this disappearance is also unusual in that his brother did not take any possessions with him.
"First and foremost he didn't take his cigarettes - he had a carton or more in his room. The only thing he had with him was his wallet. He had a bank card with him with access to money in a bank account and that has not been used," said Stephen. Foul play is not suspected in Jason's disappearance. Jason is a heavy smoker, is six foot three and 240 pounds with blond hair and blue eyes. He has limited finances and no friends or acquaintances in town.
Nanaimo RCMP are urging anyone with information on the disappearance of Jason Burns to call Const. Jean Gelderblom of the Nanaimo RCMP at 250-754-2345.
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The Nanaimo RCMP are asking for public help in locating 42-year-old Jason Burns, who has last seen May 4 leaving his assisted-living facility.
Staff there are concerned about his well-being. Burns does not drive or own a cellphone, has limited financial means and has few friends. He has had no recent contact with his father, who is his only relative and lives in Courtenay.
Burns is described as six foot three and 240 pounds, with blond hair and blue eyes. He is a heavy smoker and may have several bags of clothes and personal effects.
Anyone who sees Burns is asked to call 911 right away.

Missing Winnipeg Man May Be Headed to Vancouver - Scott Hosfield
VPD - June 22, 2015

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The Winnipeg Police Service has requested the VPD share some information with the public to help find a missing 38-year-old man. Scott Hosfield was last seen by his family at their home in Winnipeg on Friday, June 19th. Recent information received indicates that Scott may be heading to Alberta or British Columbia. Hosfield is described as white, 5’9” tall, approximately 175 pounds with brown hair that is greying on the sides. He occasionally wears glasses and was last wearing grey pants and a navy blue and white striped golf shirt.
It is possible that Scott is driving a 2008, 4-door burgundy Toyota Corolla with Manitoba licence BYK-898.
Anyone with information regarding Scott Hosfield’s whereabouts is asked to contact the Winnipeg Police Service Missing Persons Unit at 204-986-6250

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Revelstoke RCMP search for missing mushroom picker - Robert Cline Kinnee
MISSING: Robert Cline Kinnee.
REVELSTOKE — Police believe a 56-year-old Alberta man has been missing in the Revelstoke area since October 2014. On May 20, 2015, RCMP were notified of an abandoned vehicle on Big Mouth Creek Road off of  Highway 23 North, near Mica Dam. They discovered a white 1996 Jeep Cherokee and determined the vehicle had been abandoned since last fall. The jeep was registered to Robert Cline Kinnee, whose last known address was in Edmonton. “Kinnee was known to some as a mushroom picker and tree planter, and this may have been the reason for his vehicle to be parked in a fairly remote location,” says Cpl. Thomas Blakney.
Kinnee checked out of a Revelstoke hotel on October 7, 2014; it’s believed he may have traveled to Calgary to visit family and then returned to B.C.
He is Caucasian with brown, graying hair and green eyes. He is six feet tall with a slim build.
If you have information on his whereabouts, please contact Revelstoke RCMP or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
An abandoned jeep registered to Robert Cline Kinnee was discovered near the Mica Dam.
An abandoned jeep registered to Robert Cline Kinnee was discovered near the Mica Dam.

Kenneth Johan BERGHALL

Berghall still missing from Abbotsford, as family issue public plea
Abbotsford resident last seen on May 20 and may have been driving a black SUV
Family members of a missing Abbotsford, B.C. man, Kenneth Berghall, issued a tearful plea on Thursday morning, asking for information related to his unusual disappearance. 

"I know that everyone out there sees a 51-year-old man," said his sister Rita Heslop, holding up a picture of Berghall. "I see my little baby brother and I just want him to be found."
Police are still searching for Berghall, who was last seen going into a liquor store in Abbotsford at about 4 p.m. PT on May 20. He was wearing blue jeans, a dark shirt and sunglasses.
Kenneth Berghall from Abbotsford has been missing since May 20. (Abbotsford Police)
Berghall is five feet nine inches tall, weighs 188 pounds and has brown hair and blue eyes. According to his family, Berghall was an "avid outdoorsman" who loved animals. 
Berghall's brother-in-law Bruce Heslop issued an appeal to the 4x4 and ATV communities to keep an eye out for him or a black 2000 Ford Explorer he may have been driving.
"Ken is very much an outdoor person," said Bruce Heslop. "He's a mud racer, he loves the bush, he's been out lots and lots before."
He had scheduled a visit with his daughter Christina, from Kamloops, on May 22, but he wasn't there when she showed up at his place and he was reported missing on May 27. Black ford explorer berghall
Missing Abbotsford resident Ken Berghall is believed to have been driving this black Ford Explorer before he disappeared. (Abbotsford Police)
"We've made several attempts via a ton of different avenues to contact Ken and to locate Ken, and none of those have been successful to date," said Const. Paul Walker with Abbotsford Police.
Walker said officers have received several tips, but so far none have led to any concrete leads. 
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Abbotsford Police Department at 604-859-5225.
On the morning of Wednesday, May 27, 2015 the Abbotsford Police Department was contacted
about a possible missing person. Family reported that 51-year-old Kenneth Johan BERGHALL
had not been heard from directly in several days.
Kenneth BERGHALL is a Caucasian male, 5’9” tall and weighing 188 pounds. He has brown hair and blue eyes.
He had been active on social media on May 20, 2015 but otherwise family and friends had not had any
recent contact with him. This is extremely unusual for BERGHALL.
APD investigators checked his residence and other possible locations but have not located BERGHALL or
determined his recent whereabouts. We are now asking for the public’s assistance in locating him.
Kenneth BERGHALL is a Caucasian male, 5’9” tall and weighing 188 pounds. He has brown hair and blue eyes.
Anyone with information about Kenneth BERGHALL should call the Abbotsford Police Department at 604-859-5225 or text APD at 222973 (abbypd).

Police have confirmed that human remains found on a Vancouver Island property on June 11 have been identified as those of Dana McKellar.

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"It's bittersweet," Inspector Keith Lindner of Victoria police said in a statement Tuesday.
"This is someone's father, someone's son. It's good for the investigation to locate him, but it is difficult for his family to have to let go of their hopes that he was still alive. It's a small consolation for us that were are able to help bring him home."
Victoria police will continue to investigate the circumstances of McKellar's death. (Victoria Police Department)
The remains were found after more than 90 detectives spent several days combing through a large field and several homes on the 100-block of Goward Road in Saanich, B.C.
The 51-year-old was last seen near the 500-block of Dallas Road last summer, and was reported missing about three weeks later on Sept. 2, 2014. 
Police say McKellar had been assaulted in the weeks prior to his disappearance, and a search of a property on the 1200-block of Burnside Road West led them to new evidence found in large unlabelled barrels on Goward Road.
The investigation into how Mckellar died continues.

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Maddy Went Missing 4 Years Ago
Vanderhoof  BC
Thu May 28 15:58:00 PDT 2015 - File # North District Major Crime
photo of Madison Scott
The following is the statement of Ben Scott, on behalf of the Scott family, regarding the disappearance of his sister, Madison Scott:
My name is Ben and my sister, Madison, is a young, vibrant 24 year old woman who went missing from Hogsback Lake on May 28, 2011. Maddy has since been missing as a member of our community for 1462 days. On behalf of the family I would like to provide an update regarding our search and awareness efforts for Madison Scott.
The police continue to actively work on Maddys’ file. To date, they have completed over 1600 'tasks’ in an effort to solve this mystery, and these tasks are now almost complete. Accordingly, we must maintain our search and awareness efforts to generate new leads to justify the police to continue to allocate the resources to find Maddy. The Maddy posters, stickers, and signs enable us to maintain our presence and enhance awareness in the surrounding area. These signs & banners are important to maintain the awareness of who Maddy is. The signs are widespread and observed by so many people, including locals, commuters through the community, and others.
Saturday May 30, 2015 will be the 4th All In For Maddy Poker Ride, which is hosted in the Hogsback & Blackwater area where Maddy went missing. This is our team’s primary awareness campaign. The event keeps people thinking and looking for Maddy in the area that she went missing from with the ultimate goal of increasing awareness. The previous 3 years have been extremely successful, as we’ve had close to 400 participants, and we anticipate another successful turnout this year.
We would like to thank the community for all of your support and we truly are forever grateful for all that has been done to assist our search and awareness efforts. We are extremely fortunate to have had unconditional support from the community and we are optimistic that this continued support will lead to the desired answer. My sister has been missing for long 4 years, and we need to continue our search efforts to end this nightmare.

Investigators with the North District Major Crime Unit continue to actively investigate Madison (Maddy) Scott's disappearance. Anyone with information concerning Maddy's disappearance are asked to call the Vanderhoof RCMP detachment at 250-567-2222 or CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-8477

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BC RCMP profiles 3 missing teens on National Missing Children’s Day May 25 - Sicamous, Mission, Prince George BC
2015-05-25 10:37 PDT - File # Missing Children's Day
Since her 17-year-old son Jeff disappeared eight years ago in Mission, Dawn Surtel and her husband can’t help but look at every tall skinny boy they see, who looks like their son.
Guy and Annette Richard’s son Matthew, was 16 when he went missing 15 years ago, hitchhiking near Sicamous, BC. “I know it doesn't look good after all this time, but you never completely lose hope. You never know,” says Guy.
And in Prince George, 14-year-old Lucas Degerness disappeared eight years ago, after a meeting at his school with his mother Gina, and the vice-principal. “Not a day has gone by where I haven’t thought of you, Luke and asked myself where you might be,” says Gina.

The BC Police Missing Persons Centre is profiling the three investigations on National Missing Children’s Day, in the hopes that increased public attention may prompt new tips. The RCMP does not believe the investigations are linked, but chose to profile these missing teens based on input from the lead investigators in each file.

Jeff Surtel, missing from Mission BC since April 28, 2007
Jeff Surtel left the family home in Mission BC after being grounded from the computer for a week, a consequence of his grades falling on his last report card. He took with him his distinctive CCM blue mountain bike with yellow forks.
“I dream about him all the time,” says Dawn Surtel. “He is always around the age of 12. I think I dream about him young, because I can’t move forward….I can only look back.”

Photo of Jeff Surtel, age 17. Photo of Jeff Surtel, age enhanced.

At the time of his disappearance his father described him as a quiet boy, who spent a lot of time at home – and was interested in programming computers. But his mother adds that Jeff also loved camping and fishing, and said for the most part things seemed to come easily for Jeff, such as baseball and skiing.
She confesses that Jeff’s disappearance has “pretty much ruined our lives.” After he went missing one of the first dreams she had of Jeff was him coming to their bedroom with a big grin on his face, and telling her and her husband how much he missed them, and that he even missed his brother Rob.
“We miss you Jeff and love you and we are still waiting for you to come home…”
Police have followed up on several leads and possible sightings, but despite this work Jeff remains missing. Jeff Surtel is Caucasian, and at the time of his disappearance was 17, 6’1” tall, and weighed 150 pounds with medium length brown hair, brown eyes, and with glasses. He was last seen wearing dark coloured jeans, a navy coloured t-shirt and a blue hooded sweater.

Matthew Richard, last seen near Sicamous BC, October 30, 1999Photo of Matthew Richard, age 16.
Matthew Richard and an acquaintance had been hitchhiking between Canmore and Vancouver, and had stopped at the Skyline Truck Stop, 28 km east of Sicamous. Despite the cold snowy, weather, Matthew reportedly left a truck without his jacket sometime on the morning of October 30, 1999.

“Not a day goes by that I don't think of Matthew. Every day on my way to and from work I cross the Trans Canada Highway, and every time I look to the West and think of Matthew. Because that's the direction he went last,” says his father Guy.
“He was so young. He was just a kid; he hadn't even had a chance to figure out what his goals were. He loved drawing and art. I always made sure my kids knew I would support them in whatever goals they set for themselves. He could have been doing anything by now."
Investigators have conducted extensive ground searches and dive searches based on tips and leads that have surfaced. Those who last were in contact with Matthew have been interviewed, and neighbourhood inquiries conducted, as well as all tips followed up thoroughly.

Matthew Alan Richard was 16 when he disappeared, 6’1” and 175 pounds. He had blonde hair and blue eyes, and also had a chipped and darkened front tooth. A photo of Matthew, aged 16, is attached.

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Where Did Matthew Go
Sicamous BC
2015-04-22 15:01 PDT - File # 1999-1852 Sicamous RCMP
In the fall of 1999, 16 year old Matthew Alan RICHARD was hitchhiking on Highway 1 (the Trans-Canada Highway) with a friend when he went missing. The pair was on their way back to Canmore, Alta when they stopped at the Skyline Esso Truck Stop (mid way between Revelstoke and Sicamous BC). For some unknown reason, Matthew wandered off from that location without his friend’s knowledge and hasn’t been seen since.
An extensive search of the area was conducted but Matthew was never located. An extensive investigation has been conducted and officers have not been able to say at this time whether or not foul play was involved in Matthew’s disappearance.
At the time of his disappearance, Matthew was 6’1” tall, weighed 175 pounds, short blonde hair and blue eyes. Distinguishing mark: Matthew had a chipped and darkened front tooth.
If you have any information regarding this missing person, please contact Sicamous RCMP Detachment at 250-836-3428 *or* Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477)

Lucas Degerness, last seen June 7, 2007 in Prince George
Lucas and his mother Gina met with his vice-principal the morning of June 7, following concerns about his performance in school. After the meeting Lucas was asked to return to class, but never did. That meeting was the last time his mother saw him.

Photo of Lucas Degerness, age 14. Photo of Lucas Degerness, age enhanced.
Lucas spent the night of June 7 with a friend, but has not been seen since. Following his disappearance RCMP investigated many possible sightings in the Prince George area, and searched the Hudson Bay Slough in 2010 as a result of information received. Then in 2014 Missingkids.ca received a call from a male identifying himself as Lucas, resulting in significant concern for his safety and well-being. Unfortunately there was no further information to assist in locating him.
“Although you’re a young man now, I still wonder if you’re safe or if you need help, if maybe you need your mom,” says Gina. “I don’t want to have to ask myself these questions every day for the rest of my life….
“It doesn’t matter what’s happened in the past so please call me, or someone who can share the message with me that you’re safe. If anyone sees this and has even the smallest piece of information as to where my son might be or what may have happened to him, please do the right thing.”
She says that she doesn’t want Lucas’s younger sister to spend any further time without her big brother
in her life, and that his older brother and sister now have children they want Lucas to meet.
At the time he went missing Lucas was 5’8” tall, 140 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. A photo of Lucas at age 14, and a drawing age enhanced to 19 years, is
attached

“Despite the passing of time these cases remain a priority for police. We owe it to the families to review these cases – and all missing persons files - regularly. The RCMP is constantly looking for additional sources of information, or determining if advances in technology may assist investigators in any way,” says Corporal Kelly Risling, acting head of the BC Police Missing Persons Centre.

Please contact the Prince George, Sicamous or Mission RCMP detachments directly if you have any information about these missing boys, or if you want to remain anonymous contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS). Safety tips and information about missing children can also be found at missingkids.ca.
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“Lucas, Please Call Us” Pleads Grandfather

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'Candlelight Vigil' to mark nearly 26 years since 'Charles Kj Horvath-Allan' vanished, without a trace, whilst visiting Kelowna British Columbia Canada in the summer of 1989 from home in Yorkshire England.
Charles had every intention of meeting his Mother and stepfather to celebrate their joint Birthdays in August 1989 in Hong Kong where his mother had spent many years of her childhood.
Charles telephoned his natural father in Canada, the late Max A K Horvath Snr to say that he was going to meet mom + Stuart in Hong Kong for his birthday.
The last contact Denise had with Charles, was a fax he sent to her on May 11th 1989 from 'Roche Stationers' the same date he registered @ Tiny Tent Town, Lakeshore Road,... KELOWNA BC CA.
On Sunday May 14th 1989 ...Mother's Day... a Witness saw Charles and another youngster boarding a Sail boat of a rugged older wavy gray haired male at the Marina. When the pilot knew he was being observed .. he circled around on Okanagan Lake until the Witnesses had gone.
The witnesses reported the incident to the RCMP as they were concerned with the activities of the pilot of the boat,...taking out 2 youngsters at a time onto Okanagan Lake. The registration no of the boat was given to the Kelowna Detachment of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
Someone knows what happened to Charles - come forward with any info that may resolve & end this living nightmare for Charles's family.
Join Denise in Kelowna British Columbia Canada
at 8:30pm May16th 2015 @ The Sails.

The family of Bonnie Marie Joseph is renewing their plea for the public’s assistance in locating their missing loved one. Bonnie was reported missing to the Fort St. James RCMP in December of 2007 and was last seen in Vanderhoof, B.C. on September 8, 2007. She has not been heard from since and her disappearance is out of character. If you have any information regarding Bonnie’s disappearance please contact the Fort St. James RCMP at (250) 996-8269 or BC Crime Stoppers at  1-800-222-8477.
Please share the attached poster with your contacts and post copies in your office and in your community.

On behalf of Bonnie’s family, we thank you for assisting in getting this information out to as many people as possible. 

With Great Sadness we Report
Human remains found near Whistler identified as Australian teen Jake Brian Kermond.

Jake Kermond was reported missing on April 30


                                       

CBC News Posted: Jul 07, 2015 1:04 PM PT Last Updated: Jul 07, 2015 1:04 PM PT
Human body remains found in an industrial complex near Whistler, B.C. have been identified as missing Australian teen Jake Brian Kermond. 
The 19-year-old was reported missing on April 30 after hotel staff found his room abandoned. Kermond had been staying in Whistler since March and he was last seen on April 26 when he left the Adara Hotel.
His body was found by a dirt biker in an industrial area on the outskirts of Whistler two months later on June 17. 
"Although Jake's death remains suspicious, foul play has yet to be confirmed," said Sgt. Stephanie Ashton, media relations officer with the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team. 
Some of Kermond's belongings are missing, including personal items containing identification as well as his Armada skis with blue and orange bindings. 
Anyone with information regarding this investigation can call the IHIT at 1-877-551-IHIT or email at ihittipline@rcmp-grc.gc.ca. Those who wish to remain anonymous can contact at solvecrime.ca or by phone at 1-800-222-8477.
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Whistler RCMP is requesting the public's assistance in locating a missing 19 year old Australian man, Jake KERMOND
Whistler RCMP File 15-2313
Who has been visiting Whistler since early March of this year. On April 26, 2015, Mr. KERMOND went skiing on Whistler Mountain and in the evening was observed in the lobby of his hotel by front desk staff. He was reported missing by hotel staff on April 30, 2015 when they discovered that the belongings in his room appear to have been abandoned. Mr. KERMOND was last seen wearing a green baggy ski jacket, a black and white baseball cap and possibly black pants. Police have been in contact with Mr. KERMOND's parents in Australia and they have not heard from him. Whistler RCMP have conducted extensive investigation into this matter however all efforts to date to locate Mr. Kermond have been unsuccessful and we are seeking the public's assistance. If you have any information regarding his whereabouts, please contact the Whistler RCMP at 604 932-3044.

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With Our Deepest Condolences We Have Learned That Jessica's
body was found in a ditch north of Calgary on Monday
.
A crew working at a rural location near the hamlet of Balzac made the grisly discovery just before 4 p.m.
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Jessica Rae Newman was last seen at her home in Forest Lawn around 9:30 p.m. on March 10th, 2015.
 Although police won’t confirm whether or not they believe the remains are hers, her family told Global News on Tuesday that they successfully identified the remains.Her body has been taken to the Calgary Medical Examiner’s office where an autopsy will be completed to determine the cause of death. Jessica’s mother says she is extremely distraught and sad that the remains turned out to be her daughter.
“I am looking forward to finding out who’s done this to her,” said a tearful Rhonda Stewart.
“If it’s somebody that she knew and trusted… I’ll be even more hurt.”
Stewart says a detective working on the case called her on Monday night to warn her that the body could be Jessica’s.
“Then I got a phone call from our local police,” said Stewart, who lives in B.C. “They came over just to tell me in person.”
“I thought after her being gone almost eight weeks that I was kind of prepared, until I found out… and then I wasn’t as prepared as I thought.”
Stewart says the hardest part has been telling Jessica’s children about their mother’s death.
“That was horrible… I told the children [Tuesday] morning and they’re taking it pretty well. I kept them home from school and we’ll just spend the day together.”
“My husband has brain cancer, so I have to look after him as well.”
Stewart says the whole situation is terrible, and that she feels bad for everyone involved.
“You feel bad for the poor guy who found her, you feel bad for the young policeman that had to come tell me last night, and then all of her family and friends.”


Police investigate the discovery of Jessica Newman’s body in a rural ditch on Monday, May 4, 2015.

RCMP Mayerthorpe - Missing – Misty Faith Potts
Mayerthorpe, Alberta (April 17, 2015)
− Mayerthorpe RCMP are renewing their request for the public’s assistance in locating 37-year-old Misty Faith Potts. Misty was last seen in Paul Band First Nation on Saturday, March 14, 2015, and is believed to be travelling to Edmonton.

Misty is described as: 5' 6" tall, 120-130 lbs, dark brown, shoulder-length hair, freckles on her face. Misty was last seen wearing: red jacket, coral-colored jeans , thick black-rimmed glasses
Misty was reported missing to Mayerthorpe RCMP on March 30 and all efforts to date locate her have been unsuccessful. The RCMP Missing Persons Unit, along with K Division General Investigation Section are assisting with the investigation.
“If anyone has seen Misty, or knows of her whereabouts, we encourage them reach out to us,” said Corporal Scott Potrebenko, Mayerthorpe RCMP, “We are very concerned for Misty and her well-being, and like her family, just want to be sure she is safe.”
If you have any information regarding Misty’s whereabouts, please call Mayerthorpe RCMP at 780-786-2291, or your local police. If you want to remain anonymous, you can contact Crime Stoppers by phone at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), or by internet at www.tipsubmit.com. You do not have to reveal your identity to Crime Stoppers, and if you provide information to Crime Stoppers that leads to an arrest(s), you may be eligible for a cash reward.

Crime Stoppers: Can you help find Yashpal Mehay?
Global News
WATCH:  Crime Stoppers needs your help to bring Yashpal Mehay home

Yashpal Mehay, 46, went missing while on a routine business trip nearly six years ago. The loving father and husband had no criminal associations or
reasons to leave his family.
Crime Stoppers is now asking for the public’s help in bringing him home.
Mehay lived with his wife and two sons in Surrey. On July 14, 2009, he was on his way to Clinton, B.C. where he operated a gas station at 1318 Cariboo Highway. He never arrived at the Petro-Canada station. He was familiar with the route since it was a journey he made every other week to bring supplies. The day he disappeared surveillance video at the Abbotsford Costco shows him buying cigarettes for the gas station. He was wearing a green-and-white striped American Eagle shirt and khaki pants. His last known location is the Staples store in Chilliwack.
He was driving a grey 2004 Mazda MPV with the B.C. plate 494 KVK.
His two sons are desperate to see their father. Mehay’s family has gone to extraordinary measure to find him. They have done extensive land and air searches, even using sonar on lakes and canyons. If you know anything about Mehay’s whereabouts, please call police.
If you wish to remain anonymous, visit bccrimestoppers.com or call 1-800-222-8477.

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RCMP seeks assistance in missing person case - David Robert COX
Cranbrook BC
File # 2011-3149 - 2015-04-30 11:30 PDT

The Cranbrook RCMP are continuing their investigation of a missing person investigation where foul play is suspected. On the 30th day of April, 2011, a report was received from a family member that David Robert COX had not been heard from for a few weeks.
An investigation commenced where it was learned that COX was last seen on April 6, 2011, in the presence of another male.
The Cranbrook RCMP continues to investigate the disappearance and is appealing to the public in an attempt to gather information that may assist in locating COX.
In the past four years, the Cranbrook RCMP have worked with other police forces and agencies and have followed up a number leads which have not resulted in locating COX.
At the time of his disappearance David COX was 27 years old, 175 cm (5’9), 68 kg (150 lbs), with brown hair and brown eyes

Go to video clip which contains an interview with David's parents, Jan and Bob Cox.  They will not be providing any further interviews, and ask the media to respect their privacy at this time.

Fifty Officers Searching Two Comox Valley Locations for Julia STROBACH
Comox Valley BC
File # 2013-13948 - 2015-04-21 08:01 PDT
Four of the most recent photos available of Julia Strobach
Police continue to investigate the disappearance of Julia STROBACH who was last seen in Courtenay, BC, on October 31st, 2013, then 27 years old. Investigators have confirmed the last sighting of Julia was in the 1000 block of Braidwood Road, Courtenay, in the early evening hours.
As a result of information gathered through the ongoing investigation into Julia’s disappearance, RCMP investigators will be conducting ground searches at two Comox Valley locations today, April 21st, 2015. Fifty officers with the Island District RCMP Tactical Troop are conducting meticulous searches of green spaces in the 4600 Block of Headquarters Road, and the 1000 Block of Ryan Road in Courtenay. As this is an ongoing investigation, police are not in a position to release more specific details on why they are focussing on these locations, or what they are looking for.
Investigators Have Been Relentless in Their Search for Answers
For the last seventeen months, officers with the Comox Valley RCMP General Investigation Section have considered this case a priority investigation, contributing hundreds of investigative hours towards uncovering any evidence related to Julia’s disappearance. Investigators have spoken to dozens of people from across the province, conducted a ground search in the 1000 Block of Braidwood Road in Courtenay, and remained in regular contact with Julia’s family overseas. Despite these investigative efforts, and multiple public appeals through the news media and social media, few answers have surfaced.
Julia's family, friends, and particularly her three year old son, deserve answers about what has happened to Julia, states Inspector Tim Walton, Officer in Charge of the Comox Valley RCMP. Despite the best efforts of our investigators over the past seventeen months, we have been unable to bring them solid information. We are appealing to anyone with information about Julia's movements and activities in the days and weeks leading up to October 31st, 2013, to get in touch with us immediately.

Anyone with information is urged to call the Comox Valley RCMP at 250-338-1321, or anonymously through Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).
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Update 2: Missing Adrian Jordan SNIDER may be the victim of foul play

Grande Prairie, Alberta – Grande Prairie RCMP and RCMP Major Crimes Unit continue to seek assistance for information in this missing person case.  The police have strong reasons to believe that Adrian may be the victim of foul play and a criminal investigation into his disappearance is now underway.
In cooperation with a number of specialized RCMP units, Grand Prairie Detachment and Major Crime Unit investigators are executing a search warrant at a residence at the east end of Grande Prairie’s in relation to Adrian’s disappearance.
No one has been arrested or charged to date in relation to this matter.
Adrian Snider was reported missing to police on March 31, 2015. He had last contact with his family on March 6, 2015 and has not heard or seen by them since.
Police continue to seek the public’s assistance for any information to locate him.
If you have spoken to, see or know the whereabouts of Snider and have not already been in contact with the police, please contact the Grande Prairie RCMP Detachment at 780-830-5701 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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Police Seek Missing Person - Travis Moore
By 250 News
Wednesday, April 15, 2015 @ 5:04 PM
File # 2015-2649 Dawson Creek RCMP
2015-04-15 16:16 PDT

Mounties in Dawson Creek are seeking the public’s help in locating a missing man. missing 2
Travis Moore was last seen April 3 as he was travelling from Dawson Creek to Caroline, Alberta. He was driving a 2009 white GMC pickup bearing Alberta licence plate number 86J190. Moore was believed to have stopped at the Husky in Fox Creek April 3 and is travelling alone. His last contact with relatives was March 31 and his family says the lack of contact is out of character.
Anyone with any information about Moore is asked to call the Dawson Creek RCMP at 250-784-3700.

Missing Bhagatpreet Singh Khangura last seen in Chilliwack
by  Staff Writer - Chilliwack Progress - posted Apr 10, 2015 at 9:00 AM— updated Apr 10, 2015 at 3:12 PM

Bhagatpreet Singh Khangura was last seen in a Chilliwack restaurant.   - SUBMITTED PHOTO
Bhagatpreet Singh Khangura was last seen in a Chilliwack restaurant.
The family of Preet Khangura say they think foul play was involved in the disappearance of the 29-year-old Abbotsford man earlier this month.

Bhagatpreet (Preet) Singh Khangura was last seen April 3 at the Earl’s restaurant in Chilliwack after a lunch meeting.

His truck, a black 2014 Ford F-350, was found parked near the Fraser River off the Yale Road West exit.

Friend Amrit Saggu says that the family has offered a $25,000 reward for information that leads to locating Khangura, whom they believe is still alive.

Chilliwack RCMP have only said they are very concerned for the missing man’s well-being and believe he may be in need of medical attention. But Saggu said, “We think there was foul play involved and there was someone who picked him up.”

Khangura is a successful businessman, he said, who helped run his family’s nursery business, but had no criminal history according to Saggu.

“This is not gang-related at all,” Saggu posted online. “He is my childhood friend. He’s never been involved in any illegal activity or drugs. He’s worked very hard and honest since we shared our first paper route together.”

Saggu said extensive search efforts have been made since Khangura’s disappearance, to no avail. More than a dozen search and rescue personnel scoured the area where Khangura’s truck was found, several boats have toured the river looking for any sign of the missing man, and K-9 and helicopter units have also been deployed.

It was raining on the day of Khangura’s disappearance, but Saggu thinks it’s unlikely his friend would have risked climbing down towards the river’s edge near where his truck was discovered. He said Khangura also acted normally immediately prior to his disappearance, picking up a coffee at Tim Horton’s following his departure from Earl’s.

Although Khangura was last seen April 3, his family didn’t grow worried until the start of the following week. Khangura had been known to travel on a moment’s notice, and when he missed a dinner Friday night, his friends thought he may have just gone into Vancouver for the long weekend. Although his truck was reported to police three times between Friday and Monday, Mounties didn’t tell the family. Saggu said police later said they thought the truck may have belonged to someone who was camping.

The disappearance has darkened the world of Khangura’s family and friends. “It’s a natural reaction to reach for my phone and try to call Preet, and every time I do, it kills me,” said Saggu.

“If Preet was here, he’d be telling me … that everything happens for God’s will,” he said. “At the same time, we’re making all the efforts possible to retrieve our friend.

Khangura, 29, is South Asian, 188 cm (6’2”), 100 kg (221 lbs) with black hair and brown eyes.

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34 Year Old Jason Beaupit Reported Missing in Edmonton & Cranbrook, BC
Edmonton, Alberta – The Edmonton Police Service (EPS) is seeking the public’s help in locating a man who has not been in contact with his family since Sept. 8, 2014.  Jason Beaupit, 34, who also goes by the nickname of ‘Bones’, was initially reported missing to the RCMP in Cranbrook, B.C. on Dec. 12, 2014.

Missing Person: Jason Beaupit, 34
Family members are concerned as Beaupit had been out of contact with them for a lengthy period of time. It has since been determined that he was last seen at a downtown Edmonton shelter on Oct. 19, 2014. Beaupit is known to travel throughout B.C. and Alberta. In Edmonton he is known to frequent Whyte Avenue as well as the downtown area.
Beaupit is described as being a Caucasian male, 6’5”, 181lbs, with long blonde hair, a beard and blue eyes. He also has a tattoo on his left wrist.
Beaupit’s disappearance is considered out of character and there are concerns for his wellbeing. There is nothing to suggest, however, that foul play is involved. Anyone with information that may assist in locating Beaupit is encouraged to call the EPS at 780-423-4567 or #377 from a mobile phone.
Anonymous information can also be submitted to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or online at www.tipsubmit.com/start.htm

Michael Dunahee disappeared from Victoria playground 24 years ago

Amy Judd is one of Global BC's web producers, co-host of Trending Now BC, and also appears on BC1By Amy Judd Online News Producer  Global News

Michael Dunahee
VANCOUVER – Michael Dunahee disappeared from the playground of a Victoria elementary school 24 years ago today. He was only four years old.
Dunahee was last seen at about 12:30 p.m. in the area of the school playground of Blanshard Elementary School on March 24, 1991.
He was wearing a blue-hooded jacket with red lining and red cuffs, a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles t-shirt, multi-coloured rugby pants and blue sneakers.
Victoria Police say Michael’s disappearance spawned one of the largest police investigations in Canadian history, and the case remains an active investigation. “Officers remain committed to this investigation and will continue to investigate the disappearance of Michael,” Victoria Police said in a release Tuesday morning.

READ MORE: The Michael Dunahee case: Still missing after 22 years

In a March, 2013, interview with Global News, Crystal Dunahee looked back on that day: “Giving my permission to let him go play in the park by himself…I should have made him wait. That’s the hardest part to deal with.”
Watch the March 2013 story below:
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In 2013 police tested the DNA of a Surrey man following a tip from a member of the public that the man bore a striking resemblance to Michael. The man said he had no prior memory to Grade 1, and believed there was a possibility he could be Michael Dunahee. However, it was confirmed he was not the missing boy
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The website michaeldunahee.ca was set up as a project of the Canadian Centre for Child Protection, and provides information on the disappearance. The site displays family photos, home video, and maps of the area where he was last seen. It aims to raise awareness of the case as well as lead to new tips.
- With files from Erika Tucker
Watch our story from 2014 on the 23rd anniversary:
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High-risk Missing - Berhane BERAKY
Burnaby BC
File # 2015-9907 - 2015-03-10 08:59 PDT
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Burnaby RCMP are investigating a missing person's case, involving Berhane BERAKY, who was last seen at around 5:50 PM on February 28, 2015, leaving his work in north Burnaby. BERAKY is described as an African-Canadian male, 38 years old, 5'7" (170 cm), 148 lbs (67 kg), short black hair, brown eyes, thin moustache; he was last seen wearing: beige khaki jacket, off-white jacket underneath, black backpack and dark pants. BERAKY is not known to be involved in a high-risk lifestyle and it is very unusual for BERAKY not to return to his home or not to show up for his employment.
Anybody with information about whereabouts or sighting of BERAKY since February 28, 2015, is asked to call Burnaby RCMP Missing Persons Unit at 604 294 7922.

With Our Deepest Condolences We Have Learned That Body Identified as Jessica Rae NEWMAN
24 Year Old Jessica Rae NEWMAN - Missing in Calgary

Calgary, Alberta
– Following an autopsy by the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, the body of the woman found east of Airdrie has been identified. Shortly before 4 p.m., on Monday, May 4, 2015, a work crew discovered a body in the ditch of the area of Range Road 285 and Township Road 264. The Airdrie RCMP responded and secured the immediate area for investigation.
The woman has been identified as Jessica Rae NEWMAN, 24, of Calgary. Cause of death will not be released at this time, however, the manner of death has been determined to be homicide.
NEWMAN was last seen in the Forest Lawn area on Tuesday, March 10, 2015, at approximately 9:30 p.m. The investigation into her disappearance and subsequent death is still ongoing.

         NEWMAN is described as Caucasian, 5’3” tall, 100 lbs. with mid-length blonde hair and blue eyes. NEWMAN has a tattoo the length of her spine.       
Calgary, Alberta – The Calgary Police Service is seeking public assistance to locate a missing woman. Jessica Rae NEWMAN, 24, was last seen in the Forest Lawn area around 9:30 p.m., on Tuesday, March 10, 2015.
NEWMAN is described as Caucasian, 5’3” tall, 100 lbs. with mid-length blonde hair and blue eyes. NEWMAN has a tattoo the length of her spine. She was last seen wearing a black and white mid -length sleeveless dress and black leather jacket with studs on the shoulder pads.
Anyone who may have spoken with NEWMAN before she went missing, or who may have information about her current whereabouts, is asked to call police at 403-266-1234 or Crime Stoppers anonymously using any of the following methods:

TALK: 1-800-222-8477 - TYPE: www.calgarycrimestoppers.org - TEXT: tttTIPS to 27463 - CASE # 15102498/4765 - Calgary Police Service

 CALGARY – Calgary Police are looking for missing woman Jessica Rae Newman, who was last seen in the Forest Lawn area Tuesday night around 9:30 p.m. The 24-year old is a waitress at the Watergrill on 17th avenue in Forest Lawn. Newman is described as Caucasian, 5’3” tall, 100 lbs. with mid-length blonde hair and blue eyes. She has a tattoo the length of her spine and was last seen wearing a black and white mid -length sleeveless dress and black leather jacket with studs on the shoulder pads. Jessica’s mother Rhonda Stewart said she last spoke to her daughter a week and a half ago from her home in B.C. “She was in good spirits. I always know when something is wrong because she always phones me lots when something is wrong. She’ll phone me three times a day when something is wrong and everyday,” Rhonda Stewart said. Her family and friends are worried because Jessica didn’t show up to pick up her two year old son as she normally does. “She came home every night, she showed up at work all the time and she never missed any visitations with her son. So wherever she is, I don’t think she didn’t ran away, there’s something stopping her from being where she needs to be,” Stewart said.
The police have had limited information to share with the family, saying they are just in the beginning stages of the investigation.
“She is very trusting. Which makes me nervous because she will trust anybody and she always thinks the best of everybody even though they may not be trustworthy,” Stewart said. “She hasn’t been home and she hadn’t showed up at work which again is not like her. she didn’t called to say she wasn’t coming in nothing she just didn’t show up. and she also didn’t show up to pick her son up on Wednesday for her visitations with him.”
Newman’s roommate Mike Hahn has known her for about a year and dropped her off at work on Tuesday. He’s been in touch with police and Jessica’s family.
“She was in good spirits, she was going to do the night shift and she usually works days so she switched to the night shift so she could have Wednesday off to go to court for the custody hearing,” Hahn said.
“Very uncharacteristic. She loves her son dearly. The court date was the next morning, she was definitely going to go to that because she wanted to make sure to have the custody hearing to get 50-50, that’s what they were talking about. Never has she missed a date to have her visitations with her son either. So at that point, when she didn’t show up that’s when I got really concerned,” Hahn said.
“We are very very concerned and very worried.”

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We sadly report that the Body of Jordan McLEOD Located
Our thoughts and Prayers are with Jordan's Family

            Photo of Jordan McLeod                                     
Prince George BC, General Investigation Services
File # 2015-01530 / 01724 - 2015-03-06 09:23 PST
The Prince George RCMP have recovered the remains of Jordan Taylor McLEOD and are continuing to investigate his death.
On Sunday February 22nd, 2015, human remains were found by a man walking a dog off the Kaykay Forest Service Road, past the end of Nukko Lake Road, northwest of the City of Prince George.
Following an autopsy, the remains have been confirmed to be those of Jordan Taylor McLEOD, who disappeared from Prince George on Friday January 16th, 2015. McLEOD was a victim of homicide.

View the most recent media release here.
Investigators are fully aware of individuals that have direct knowledge of this incident and are asking these people to do the right thing and come forward.
Anyone with information about this investigation, is asked to contact the Prince George RCMP at (250)561-3300 or anonymously contact Crime Stoppers at 1(800)222-8477, online at External link, opens in a new windowwww.pgcrimestoppers.bc.ca (English only), or Text-A-Tip to CRIMES (274637) using keyword "pgtips". You do not have to reveal your identity to Crime Stoppers.
Where is Jordan McLeod?
UPDATE

Missing Vehicle Located, Search for Missing Man Continues

The Prince George RCMP is continuing to lead the investigation into the disappearance of Jordan McLEOD two weeks ago.
On the afternoon of Tuesday January 27th, 2015, the Prince George RCMP with the assistance of the Williams Lake RCMP, were able to locate the Chevrolet Malibu that Jordan Taylor McLEOD was last driving. The vehicle was located in the Williams Lake Detachment area and was a direct result of information received from the public.  The vehicle was located near the Rudy Johnson Bridge that separates West Fraser Road and Soda Creek Road, northeast of Williams Lake. Police are requesting any information from the public that may further this investigation.
View the previous media releases about this investigation at
www.princegeorge.rcmp.ca.
All media enquiries are to be directed towards Cpl. Craig Douglass of the Prince George RCMP. Contact information below.
If you have any information about this investigation, please contact the Prince George RCMP at (250)561-3300 or anonymously contact Crime Stoppers at 1(800)222-8477, online at www.pgcrimestoppers.bc.ca (English only), or Text-A-Tip to CRIMES (274637) using keyword "pgtips". You do not have to reveal your identity to Crime Stoppers.

Missing Man May Be Linked to Shots Fired Report
Prince George, General Investigation Services
File # 2015-01530 / 01724 - 2015-01-22 13:59 PST
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The Prince George RCMP believe that a missing Prince George man may have been involved with a Shots Fired report last weekend.
On Friday January 16, 2015 at approximately 11:45 pm, Prince George RCMP responded to a report of Shots Fired in the area of Upper Fraser Road near Highway 16, just east of the City. Evidence was located at the scene that indicated someone may have been injured; however no victim or suspect has been located. A vehicle was observed leaving the area immediately after the incident.
On Monday January 19th, 2015 the Prince George RCMP received a report of a missing Prince George man, 24 year old Jordan Taylor McLEOD. Jordan was last seen in Prince George and Vanderhoof on Friday January 16th. McLeod is believed to frequent Vanderhoof often and does travel to other areas of the province.

View the original January 20th, 2015 media release.
The Prince George RCMP believe that the two incidents are connected. Serious Crime investigators are asking the public’s help in locating the vehicle that Jordan was believed to have been driving last Friday, a 2006 Burgundy Chevrolet Malibu described below. Investigators are also asking the public’s help in locating a 2013 Chrysler 200, described below. The Chrysler 200 is registered in Vanderhoof, BC but was last seen in Quesnel, BC on Thursday January 8th.
In addition to looking for Jordan McLEOD, police are asking the public to keep an eye out for these vehicles, especially on back roads between and around Prince George, Vanderhoof and Quesnel, BC. If either vehicle is located, do not approach the vehicle, call 9-1-1 immediately. Police do not believe the public is in danger.
Jordan is described as: First Nations male, 178 cm (5’10), 70 kg (154 lbs), Short brown hair,
Brown eyes 
Photo of a similar Chevrolet Malibu
The description of the Chevrolet Malibu is as follows: 2006 Chevrolet Malibu, Burgundy / Red, Bearing BC licence plate number 163 RNA, ‘Quality Assured Collision and Glass’ decal on both door

A Plea from Carly's Family
Has anyone seen Carly Joy Fraser
She liv
ed in  North Delta BC for the past 1-1/2 years
Carly may have been in Downtown Vancouver on December 21-
2014

North Delta BC - Also resided in Vancouver
Carly is about 5'5"' brown hair. 120lbs, has "Monroe" piercing  missing since Dec. 21, 2014.
There was a report of someone jumping off the Lions gate bridge on December 21st in the afternoon, but not sure if was Carly. Any information you can provide would be great appreciated by Carly's Family
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Missing man: Richard NORMAN
Oceanside BC

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File # 2015-1013 - 2015-02-07 15:09 PST
The Oceanside RCMP would like the public’s assistance with locating a missing man from Errington B.C. 58 year old Richard Norman was last seen by family on the morning of February 6th, at his home near the Englishman River Provincial Park. NORMAN is described as follows:
-Caucasian male, 6 foot 3 tall, heavy build
-Very short buzz cut white hair, hazel eyes
-Severe scarring on the left side of his forehead
NORMAN is believed to be on foot and could be anywhere in the wilderness or park land. NORMAN suffers from a brain injury as a result of trauma from a past motor vehicle collision.
If you have seen NORMAN, please call the Oceanside RCMP immediately at (250) 248-6111

Missing Person to locate: Roxanne Elaine FLEMING
Lillooet BC

File # 2013-1595 - 2015-01-20 08:30 PST
Lillooet RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a woman who has been missing for more than three decades.
Photo of Roxanne Elaine FLEMING taken around the time she disappearedOn August 23, 1982, a young, vibrant First Nations woman attended the Lillooet District Hospital for a broken finger. Although there have been unconfirmed sightings since then, that was the last time Roxanne Elaine FLEMING was confirmed to have been seen. Unfortunately, it seems that years went by before Roxanne was reported missing to police and time has faded many memories of Roxanne. Since her disappearance, police have followed up on several leads and possible sightings, however Roxanne remains missing.
Roxanne was 18 at the time of her disappearance and would now be 50 years old.
Description of Roxanne FLEMING: First Nations female, 18 years at the time of her disappearance; 5 ft 4 in (163 cm), slender build, brown hair, brown eyes
Investigators are actively seeking to establish a detailed time line and are looking to speak with persons who may have knowledge of Roxanne's activities in Lillooet in 1982 or insight into her disappearance.

Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Roxanne Elaine FLEMING is urged to contact their local police, or remain anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or leaving a tip online at External link, opens in a new windowwww.kamloopscrimestoppers.ca

“Lucas, Please Call Us” Pleads Grandfather
By Elaine Macdonald - Thursday, January 29, 2015 @ 8:38 PM vigil2
Prince George, B.C. -There are glowing candles, and while friends and family gather to mark a birthday, this is no party.  It is a vigil to mark the 22nd birthday of Lucas Degerness, who has been missing since June of 2007. They have a birthday wish of their own, that Lucas will  be found.Lucas was just 14 when  he left a meeting  at his school  in Prince George where he and his mother  had spoken with the vice-principal.  The teen  left  and spent the night at the home of a friend, then disappeared.
His grandfather, Lynn Parry remains optimistic that his grandson  is out there, somewhere “I think he just  moved on with his life and doesn’t want to have anything to do with us” said Parry  as tears threatened to spill from his eyes.
When Lucas disappeared, Parry says the family  plastered the area  of Prince George where Lucas was known to frequent and where friends suggested he might have gone with flyers.  “We would put up the flyers, and the next day they would be torn down, then someone said they spotted him in the  BCR ( industrial area on the  east side of  Prince George).  We looked and looked, but couldn’t find him.”
There would be  other searches, but none turned up any trace of the missing teen.

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Last year,  a male, claiming to be Lucas,  contacted the Canadian Centre for Child Protection’s MissingKids.ca program in Winnipeg.  All efforts to track down the caller failed says Lucas’ mother Gina Degerness “We don’t know if it was someone playing a cruel   prank, or someone who thought I needed to  have  hope”.  She now lives in Edmonton and  wasn’t able to make it to what  has become a painful  annual event  on the steps of the Prince George Courthouse but here heart  is  with those who  gathered this evening  “I haven’t lost hope.”
But for tonight,  the only positive news is that the weather  held up for the vigil “Last year it was  20 below, and the year before that was just unbearable” says Lynn Parry, but not nearly as unbearable as not knowing what has become Lucas.
“Lucas,  please call us”  is the message Lynn Parry  sends to his grandson.
The disappearance of Lucas Degerness remains a missing person’s case with the RCMP.  Anyone who  may have any information on his disappearance is asked to contact the RCMP or CrimeStoppers

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Missing Person - Joseph Lingappa
Vancouver BC
Our Sincere Condolences to the Family
     LINGAPPA, Joseph   
The search for an elderly Vancouver man missing since late last month came to a sad end Saturday, after he was found dead. Vancouver Police issued a statement announcing that the body of 75-year-old Joseph Lingappa was found Saturday. Foul play is not suspected in his death.

The family of a Vancouver senior who went missing 10 days ago made an emotional plea Wednesday for tips about his whereabouts.
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Joseph Lingappa's sister sobs outside the Main & Marine Medical Centre, where he was last seen on Dec. 29. Anyone who sees him is asked to call 911 immediately.


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Nanaimo RCMP are looking for help finding a missing 42 year old, Jason Radmacher
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Jason Radmacher was reported missing on January 14.
He is the manager of King Arthurs Court, at 564 Fifth St and was last seen at around 9:15am Tuesday January 13, walking along Fifth St towards the University Mall. Radmacher did not return to work all day Tuesday, which police say is out of character. He also did not return at the end of the day to his home in Crofton.
RCMP say they don’t think drug or alcohol issues or medical conditions have anything to do with his disappearance.  But, they say he doesn’t have many friends or associates in the area since moving from Prince George in October of 2014.
Adding to to the mystery is that investigators have not been able to find out if he’s used his bank account within the past 48 hours. He does not drive or own a car and nothing has been reported missing from his home in Crofton.
Radmacher is white, 5 ft. 7 and weighs 130 pounds. He has dirty blonde hair worn to his shoulders and a scruffy beard. He was last seen wearing a jean jacket with a grey hoody underneath and blue jeans.
If ypu have information contact the Nanaimo RCMP at 250-754-2345 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477

Victoria was found deceased
We pray for a special measure of peace for the family

Information wanted in the disappearance of Victoria AGUILAR

File 2015-95
  - January 12, 2015
                                       
Slocan Lake – Search efforts by emergency personnel for Victoria AGUILAR are ongoing and police continue to seek public information into her disappearance.

The Slocan Lake RCMP along with Nakusp Ground Search and Rescue, RCMP Police Dog Services, and New Denver Fire and Rescue Boat have been searching for Victoria AGUILAR since she was reported missing on January 7, 2015. The search has covered an expansive area consisting of abandoned roads, trails, beach fronts, river shores, water areas, cabins and open fields, in and around Slocan. Despite the exhaustive three-day ground search, Victoria has not been located.
Physical search efforts by emergency personnel continue with a search from the air to be conducted when weather allows. Further searches will be planned pending snow melt and/or further information coming forth leading searchers to any specific area.
Investigators continue to seek public information from anyone that could help in locating Victoria.
The investigation into Victoria AGUILAR’s disappearance is ongoing and police are asking anyone with any information regarding her whereabouts to contact their local police, or remain anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

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Oak Bay police seek help locating - Dennis Morgan - last seen Wednesday
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    Oak Bay police seek help in finding resident   Dennis Morgan, 56. He was last seen at his home in Oak Bay the morning of Jan. 7 and may be driving up-Island in a blue 2006 Land Rover bearing a B.C. licence plate – 329NAR. - Oak Bay Police handout         
Greater Victoria cardiologist was found dead in a Shawnigan Lake park Jan. 11, four days after his family reported him missing. Oak Bay police said Dennis Morgan, 58, who worked with Western Cardiology Associates, was last seen on the morning of Jan. 7 at his Oak Bay home. When he did not show up for work or at home, his family reported him missing and a search was launched by family members and RCMP. His credit card was used at a Mill Bay gas station on Wednesday, but that transaction was the last on his debit or credit cards. On the morning of Jan. 10, a family friend spotted his 2006 blue Land Rover at the Koksilah River Provincial Park. The next morning, RCMP and Cowichan Search and Rescue searched the area. They found Morgan’s body around 11 a.m., about a kilometre from the campsite. Police said foul play is not suspected.
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Oak Bay police seek help in finding resident Dennis Morgan, 56. He was last seen at his home in Oak Bay the morning of Jan. 7 and may be driving up-Island in a blue 2006 Land Rover bearing a B.C. licence plate – 329NAR.
Family and friends are very worried about his wellbeing of Dennis Morgan.
The Oak Bay Police Department seeks public help locating the 56 year old resident who was last seen at his home in Oak Bay the morning of Jan. 7. Police say Morgan is likely driving a blue 2006 Land Rover bearing a B.C. licence plate – 329NAR. He may be driving up-Island.
Morgan is described as five-foot-eleven-inches tall weighing 190 pounds with light brown eyes and brown hair. Anyone who sees him is asked to call Oak Bay Police at 250-592-2424.

The RCMP sadly report that Roxanne was murdered
My Prayers are with Roxanne's Family
       Photo of Roxanne LOUIE

PENTICTON – RCMP confirmed Monday afternoon that two people have been charged in connection with the death of a missing Penticton woman.
26-year-old Roxanne Louie was last seen on the morning of Sunday Jan. 4. She was a member of the Osoyoos Indian band. The mother of a three and a half year old boy was living in Vancouver but was in the Okanagan visiting.
Her cousin says she was staying at her mother-in-law’s place just before her disappearance. Earlier reports suggested Louie told her mother-in-law that she was stepping out for the night and would meet her family at the airport for her flight back to Vancouver the next day. Louie never showed up.
RCMP say the mother-in-law, Grace Elinor Robotti, has now been charged with second-degree murder. A second person, Pier Louis Robotti, has been charged with interference with a dead body and accessory after the Fact.

Missing Person to locate: Roxanne LOUIE

Penticton BC
File # 2015-206 - Wed Jan 07 11:15:00 PST 2015

The man found dead in a tree in a backyard in Acadia was Justin McKinnon-Blomme, family members have confirmed to CBC News.

Officers were called to the 9800 block of Alberni Road S.E. Wednesday at 2:45 p.m. by the homeowner.

"At this time, investigators believe the death not to be suspicious in nature," said police in a release.

Calgary police are not confirming the man's identity, but the scene is located near the intersection where McKinnon-Blomme was last seen

 Justin McKinnon-Blomme

      
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Police looking for missing Andrew Radhuber
North Vancouver BC
File # 2014-33686 - 2015-01-06 10:49 PST
*UPDATE* Missing Person - Andrew Radhuber

North Vancouver BC
File # 2014-33686 - 2015-01-16 11:14 PST

The North Vancouver RCMP continues to search for missing 27 year-old Andrew Radhuber. Police now have some additional information that may assist someone in remembering a possible encounter with Andrew Radbhuber. (view first press release - January 06, 2015)

Mr. Radhuber was dropped off at the BC Ferry terminal in Horseshoe Bay, West Vancouver on December 29, 2014 planning to board the 3 pm ferry. A witness parked in the ferry line-up observed Mr. Radhuber leaving the terminal area by climbing a fence and scrambling up an embankment that leads to the CN Rail Tracks.
Video of Mr. Radhuber leaving the Ferry Terminal
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An extensive search has been conducted of that immediate area with no sign of Mr. Radhuber. Police are concerned that Mr. Radhuber has perhaps gone into a wooded area, become confused and gotten lost. We are asking people to think back to that time period and recall if they observed anyone in the woods or on a trail who may have noticed someone acting strangely, said Cpl. Sue Tupper of the North Vancouver RCMP Missing Person Unit.

Andrew Radhuber is described as a 27 year-old Caucasian male, 6'3" (190cm) tall, 181lbs (82 kgs), shoulder length brown hair, brown eyes, wire-rimmed glasses, black Dakota jacket, black t-shirt, blue jeans, black/white/blue Nike high-top runners.

If you have any information that will assist police in searching a specific area for Andrew Radhuber, please call the North Vancouver RCMP at 604-985-1311. Quoting file #2014-33686

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The North Vancouver RCMP is looking for 27 year-old Andrew Radhuber.  Andrew has not returned home to Nanaimo from his trip to the North Vancouver area.  On December 29, 2014, at approximately 2:30 pm, Andrew Radhuber was brought by a friend to the Horse Shoe Bay ferry terminal in West Vancouver.  It appears that the Nanaimo resident did not board a ferry back to Nanaimo and has not been seen or heard from since. picture of missing male, Andrew RadhuberAndrew Radhuber is described as being 6’ 3 (190.5 cm) tall, 181 lbs (82 kgs), having brown eyes, wears glasses and has brown hair.
Police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating Andrew Radhuber. If you have seen Andrew or know of his whereabouts, please call the North Vancouver RCMP at 604-985-1311.  Please reference file 2014-33686.

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Foul Play Suspected in the Disappearance of Nicholas Hannon

B.C., Langley, Integrated Homicide Investigation Team

File # IHIT 2014-722 / Langley 2014-6060
2014-08-14 13:45 PDT

19 year old Nicholas Hannon was last seen on February 26th, 2014 by his younger brother.

On February 27, 2014 his abandoned vehicle was recovered in Langley from the 10400 block of McKinnon Crescent. On this date a missing persons investigation ensued by the Langley RCMP.

From the on-set of this investigation there were key factors that raised concerns for investigators and as such the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team was engaged early on to offer assistance and liaise with the Langley investigative team throughout.

In mid April 2014 there was enough evidence to support the theory that Nicholas Hannon had met with foul play and the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team assumed conduct of the investigation.

Nicholas would have been 20 years old in just a few days and while there are few details that IHIT can speak to in regards to this homicide investigation we can tell you that investigators know that there are individuals in the community that know what happened to him.

"Whether it is a change in lifestyle that brings you forward or the guilt of watching this family suffering from the loss of Nicholas, we are urging the individuals that have information to do the right thing and contact Police, " says Staff Sergeant Jennifer Pound.

(Photos of Nicholas growing up)

  Photo of Nicholas Hannon groowing up
If you have information call the IHIT tipline at 1-877-551-4448, or, if you wish to remain anonymous call Crimstoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

File # 2014-6060
2014-03-01 21:21 PST

Langley RCMP is seeking the public’s assistance to locate Nicholas HANNON, a 19 year old male from Walnut Grove, Langley.

Nicholas was last seen on February 24th, by his father.

Police received the report of his absence in the evening of February 27th when Nicholas’ vehicle was located abandoned at a dead end of McKinnon Cresecent (approximately 10400 block).

The car is believed to have been there since at least 7:30 that morning.  Nicholas spoke to his father on the 25th of February.  He is described as Caucasian, 5’9″, slim build, with very short dark brown hair.

Police would like to speak to anyone who may have information that would assist with locating Nicholas.  If you have information that would assist police to locate Nicholas, please call Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200

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