Ont. police ask for public’s help in case of 4 seniors who vanished in the ’90s


Ontario Provincial Police are asking for the public’s help in a decades-long missing persons’ investigation.

During the late 1990s, four seniors went missing in the Muskoka area of Ontario’s cottage country and authorities had suspected foul play was involved. But they hadn’t named any suspects at the time.

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4 Comments on "Ont. police ask for public’s help in case of 4 seniors who vanished in the ’90s"

  1. When are the RCMP allegedly going to start looking for the alleged thousands of missing children that are allegedly trafficked, and the alleged aboriginal women allegedly missing from the highways in Northern Canada?

  2. Relaxing Ghost | July 26, 2019 at 2:01 AM | Reply

    Not a Great way to spend tax dollars.

  3. They dead hunny

  4. Why did they wait for twenty years?

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