New Cases/Additions

Sara Flores – Quintana

Left: Sara circa 1995

Right: Age Progressed to age 9


Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

Missing Since: February 18, 1995

Missing From: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Classification: Family Abduction

Date Of Birth: May 18, 1987

Age: 7 years old

Height: 3’0″

Weight: 40 pounds

Hair Color: Brown

Eye Color: Brown

Race: Hispanic/Latino

Gender: Female


Details of Disappearance

Sara along with her younger brother, Isaac, were abducted by their non-custodial mother, Carmen Bermudez – Quintana, on February 18th 1995 from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The three of them have not been seen since.

Carmen is described as a Hispanic Female, strawberry blonde hair, Brown eyes. She stood at 5’10” and weighing 150 pounds. She was 34 years old in 1995. She was born on February 27th 1960.

The children have never been found and their cases remain unsolved.


Investigating Agency

If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:

Royal Canadian Mounted Police 877-244-6627


Source Information

For The Lost

The Doe Network


Barry Fiddler

Above: Barry circa 1975


Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

Missing Since: February 1, 1975

Missing From: Saskatchewan, Canada

Classification: Endangered Missing

Date Of Birth: September 28, 1960

Age: 14 years old

Height: 5’7″

Weight: 140 pounds

Hair Color: Black

Eye Color: Brown

Race: Native American

Gender: Male

Distinguishing Characteristics: Barry has a freckled complexion

AKA: Barry may use the nickname “Rocky”


Details of Disappearance

Barry was last seen in Saskatchewan, Canada in February of 1975. He was last seen in the Waterhen First Nation at the time. He was reported missing by his family when he failed to return home. Searches of the area he vanished from revealed no trace of him.

Barry has not been seen or heard from since. Some agencies list July or March 1st 1975 as his date of disappearance and state he vanished from the Thunderchild First Nation in Saskatchewan, Canada. His case remains unsolved.


Investigating Agency

If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:

Saskatchewan RCMP 306-975-5153


Source Information

The Doe Network

Missing Kids Canada

SACP Missing Persons Database


Shelly Anne Bacsu

Left and Center: Shelly circa 1983

Right: Age Progressed to age 22


Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

Missing Since: May 3, 1983

Missing From: Hinton, Alberta, Canada

Classification: Non-Family Abduction

Date Of Birth: April 7, 1967

Age: 16 years old

Height: 5’0″

Weight: 90 pounds

Hair Color: Brown

Eye Color: Brown

Race: White/Caucasian

Gender: Female

Distinguishing Characteristics: Shelly has a hearing impairment and rheumatoid arthritis, she has a small scar on her forehead and freckles across her face

AKA: Shelly may use the alias “Shelly Anne Urban”

NCMEC Number: RCMP8913038


Details of Disappearance

Shelly was last seen in Hinton, Alberta, Canada on May 3rd 1983 at approximately 8:30 pm. She was last seen walking down Highway 16 towards her home near Highway 40. She had been babysitting for her boyfriend at the time, he lived in the Sunset Trailer Court. She should’ve been home in 15 minutes but she never made it home and was never seen or heard from since.

At 8:00 pm that night, Shelly had called her mother and asked her to make some pasta for her when she returned home. Her mother, Muriel, instinctively knew that something was wrong when her daughter didn’t return home and called the police to report her missing. She stated that her daughter would not have walked home and would’ve gotten a ride from either her or a friend.

Authorities initially believed that Shelly had run away from home but her family does not believe that she left voluntarily.

Searches later uncovered Shellys clothing and multiple other items of hers which were located by the Athabasca River after her disappearance. After the discovery, authorities deemed that Shelly met with foul play. They’ve interviewed multiple persons of interest and possible suspects in the years after her disappearance but no arrests have been made in Shellys case.

Shelly was described as a fun person who loved to dance and laugh. She wasn’t rebellious or had any problems at the time of her disappearance and maintained a core friend group and did not go to any parties. She was also very close to her mother.

Shelly remains missing and her case remains unsolved. Her family and authorities believe she met with foul play and is deceased. Her family held a memorial for her on the 25th anniversary of her disappearance.


Investigating Agency

If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:

Royal Canadian Mounted Police 780-865-2455


Source Information

The Doe Network

Missing Children Society of Canada

Missing Kids Canada

Edmonton Sun

Global News


Michael Wayne Dunahee

Left and Center: Michael circa 1991

Right: Age Progressed to age 26


Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

Missing Since: March 24, 1991

Missing From: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

Classification: Non-Family Abduction

Date Of Birth: May 12, 1986

Age: 4 years old

Height: 3’0″

Weight: 51 pounds

Hair Color: Blonde

Eye Color: Blue

Race: White/Caucasian

Gender: Male

Clothing/Jewelry Description: A blue cloth hooded jacket with a red zipper and cuffs, a white Ninja Turtles t-shirt, multicolored rugby pants, and a pair of blue canvass shoes with a red/orange trim

NCMEC Number: RCMP9107542


Details of Disappearance

Michael Dunahee was last seen as he played on an elementary school playground in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada on March 24th 1991. He was last seen at approximately 12:00 pm. He vanished at some point afterwards and was never seen or heard from again.

His mother was playing ball in a nearby field at the time and his father was watching from a side field at the time. No one saw Michael vanish or witnesses what could’ve happened to him. Despite the lack of evidence, authorities treated Michael’s case as a stranger abduction from the beginning. They believe someone took him form the playground when no one was looking.

It’s possible that Dunahee was taken across the border into the United States after his abduction. There were reported sightings of the boy in Southern New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware since his disappearance.

In the series of sightings, Dunahee was seen with an African American male who stood at 5’10” and weighed between 160 and 180 pounds. He was also said to have a pockmarked face. The last reported sighting of Dunahee took place on June 19th 1991 when the African American male attempted to abduct a 7 year old girl from Berlin Borough, New Jersey.

The girl and a companion both stated that they saw a young male matching Dunahee’s description in the back seat of his car. Despite the sightings, authorities have not confirmed if they are those of the child.

Michael’s case remains unsolved and his abductor remains unidentified. He has not been seen since his disappearance or the alleged sightings. Authorities continue to receive tips in his case, especially around the anniversary of his disappearance.


Investigating Agency

If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:

Victoria Police Department 250-995-7654


Source Information

The Doe Network

Missing Kids Canada

Missing Children Society of Canada

Wikipedia


Kimberly Ann Amero

Left and Center: Kimberley circa 1985

Right: Age Progressed to age 35


Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

Missing Since: September 3, 1985

Missing From: Saint Johns, New Brunswick, Canada

Classification: Endangered Missing

Date Of Birth: September 5, 1969

Age: 15 years old

Height: 5’5″

Weight: 115 pounds

Hair Color: Blonde

Eye Color: Blue

Race: White/Caucasian

Gender: Female

Distinguishing Characteristics: Kimberly wears eyeglasses

AKA: Kimberley may use the alias surnames Cormier, Small, or Foster


Details of Disappearance

Kimberly was last seen in St. John, New Brunswick Canada on September 3rd 1985. She was last seen at the Atlantic National Exhibition fair with her sister, Tammy, and her friends. Tammy left early, leaving Kimberly with her friends.

Kimberly’s mother expected her to be back home by 11:00 pm but she never came home. She immediately assumed that something was wrong when one of her friends came to the home looking for her so she went to the police station and filed a missing child report.

Authorities initially treated the case as if Kimberly had simply runaway. She lived in a home filled with drugs, alcohol, and possibly perverted individuals. Many agencies continue to list Kimberly as an endangered runaway.

The family has accused authorities of mishandling the initial investigation into her disappearance but authorities continue to seek leads and possible tips in the case.

Convicted serial killer, Michael Wayne McGray once confessed to murdering Kimberly and burying her body on the Kingston Peninsula which is located between the St. John River and the Kennebecasis River. Despite searches, her body was not recovered and investigators are unsure if he was really involved.

Another man who would later be caught for sexually abusing and committing horrid acts against his son daughter who was named, Randy Manuel, made a tape recording which detailed Kimberly’s kidnapping, captivity, and subsequent murder. He also claimed he was a psychic and knew the location of Kimberly’s body.

He made a tape which included all these details and left it across the street from his home, the place across the street happened to be the fairgrounds that Kimberly disappeared from. In the tape, it also details that Kimberly was killed because she attempted to escape her abductors.

The tape provided specific locations such as communities and road names. The family went to Upham, New Brunswick in search of Kimberly’s remains. This is where the man stated that Kimberly was buried. One man answered the door to the family and said “I’ve been waiting years for this”.

The man apparently went on to say he had a conversation with his friends years earlier about hunting up near his home Upham and then one of them mentioned Kimberly’s disappearance and how that’s where “she went in and never came out”. The man was shaken by what he heard and jotted the man’s name onto a piece of paper and kept it in his truck for years until the family came to him.

The man was actually known to Kimberly, she had babysat for him the summer before her disappearance. It’s believed that this man was involved in Kimberly’s disappearance. It’s been suggested that Kimberly was killed and her remains were buried on the Upham property but authorities have yet to search it. It should also be noted that a cabin burnt down on the property a month after Kimberly disappeared.

Kimberly’s disappearance remains unsolved. Foul play is suspected in her case.


Investigating Agency

If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:

St. John Police 506-648-3304


Source Information

CTV News

Missing Kids Canada

Blog Talk Radio

Missing Children Society of Canada

Reddit

CBC News

Canoe

The Star Phoenix 03/24/2006

The Doe Network


Richard David Marlow

Image: Richard circa 1944

Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

Missing Since: July 18, 1944 from Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada

Classification: Endangered Missing

Date Of Birth: February 9, 1935

Age: 9 years old

Height and Weight: 3’9″; 50 pounds

Distinguishing Characteristics: White Male, Blonde hair, Blue eyes, Richard has a scar on the edge of his hair on one temple, Richard may use the nickname “PeeWee”

Clothing/Jewelry Description: A dark blue windbreaker, long blue pants, A striped jersey, gray cotton socks with yellow band around the top

Circumstances of Disappearance

Richard was last seen in Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada on July 18th 1944. He was last seen riding his bicycle in front of his home during the morning of that day. He lived on Beta Street at the time. His older brother was inside the home at the time.

When Richards mother returned home that evening, she discovered that the bike was in the yard and Richard was nowhere to be found. Despite extensive searches, Richard was never found. Areas around his home, ponds, wells, and waterways were searched but his body was never recovered.

Richard has no problems at home or school and was a very shy child at the time of his disappearance so authorities do not believe he left on his own accord. The circumstances of his disappearance are unclear.

Richards disappearance remains unsolved and is said to be one of the oldest cases in Canadian history. His mother passed away 10 years later and his father in 1973. 3 of his siblings have also passed away but his remaining family and extended relatives continue to search for him.

In 2019, Richards disappearance was reopened by a new cold case unit in Toronto.

Investigating Agency

If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:

Toronto Police Service 1-877-934-6363

Source Information:

The Doe Network

Canada’s Missing

Missing Kids Canada

Toronto City News

Websleuths

Deanne Leigh Bousquet

Image: Deanne circa 1981

Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

Missing Since: January 25, 1981 from Rahls Island, Manitoba, Canada

Classification: Lost, Injured Missing

Date Of Birth: September 23, 1972

Age: 8 years old

Height and Weight: 4’0″; 55 pounds

Distinguishing Characteristics: White Female, Brown hair, Blue eyes

Clothing/Jewelry Description: A black balaclava, white/blue ski jacket, white ski pants, and a pair of brown rubber boots

Circumstances of Disappearance

Deanne was last seen in Rahls Island, Manitoba, Canada on January 25th 1981. She was playing with two other children on the ice of the Saskatchewan River when the ice broke and Deanne and another child broke through into the water. The other child was able to pull themself out but Deanne could not. She was last seen going under the water.

The ice on the river was thin from warm water that was being dumped by the mill into the river. Despite searches of the waters, Deannes body was not recovered and she’s presumed to have perished in the water. She remains listed as a missing person.

Investigating Agency

If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:

Winnipeg RCMP Cold Case Unit 204-983-5461

Source Information:

The Doe Network