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Charles Horvath
Kelowna BC
Surrey England

Patty Peterson
Phoenix, AZ. USA

William Pilkenton
Tofino BC

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Find her Mom

Mary Badaracco
Sherman CT USA

Deena Lyn Braem

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Someone Who Passed Away


Kathryn-Mary's Mom Shari
would like to share with you her
In Memory of Shari's 3 Children MEMORIAL PAGES
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Kathryn-Mary - Monica Jack - Theresa Hildebrandt
Mom of murdered girl says anonymous donation answered part of her prayers
Full Story Here

Murder charges in deaths of 11-yr-old Kathryn-Mary and of 12-yr-old Monica Jack  - SEE FULL STORY.
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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:

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.


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


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

© Copyright (c) The Province

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.

© Copyright (c) The Regina Leader-Post

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
Missing 2006-2008 - 2009-2011 - 2011-2012
Missing 2013 - 2014 - 2015

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