Missing Children Canada https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/ Missing Children Canada Tamra Keepness July 5, 2004 Regina Saskatchewan July 4, 2008 REGINA -- Four years after a young Regina girl seemingly disappeared into the night, efforts to find her remain very evident. Tamra Jewel Keepness was just five years old when she was seen heading to bed on July 5, 2004. The following morning, the young girl could not be found in or around her family?s Core area home and she was reported missing to the Regina Police Service. An unprecedented search conducted by police, Search and Rescue volunteers, family, friends, and community members resulted in the streets, back alleys, parks, empty lots and outlying areas of Regina being scoured. Subsequent efforts led by the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) and police-initiated searches of two Regina-area First Nations were unsuccessful. To date, Keepness has not been found. No arrests have been made in connection with her disappearance. However, the community?s resolve to find her has endured. File Hills Qu?Appelle Tribal Council vice-chair Myke Agecoutay said Keepness? disappearance brought together several First Nations and non-First Nations organizations, which have since formed relationships for different initiatives. ?This beautiful little girl united an entire city as well as different communities. Whether she knows it or not, she certainly brought this community together and we hope that in the future, we?re able to solve exactly what happened that night,? said Agecoutay. The case remains an active file for the Regina police, which recently announced the creation of a new database that will include every piece of information pertaining to the investigation. A six-person investigative team will sift through and correlate the information to be entered into the database, once again providing the opportunity to review the entire case file. ?You can imagine what the volume of this file might be with 1,500 and some odd follow-up reports, 2,000 people linked to the file, 1,000 plus tips. It is pretty voluminous,? explained Deputy Chief Bob Morin, adding the database will provide an efficient way to search the file?s contents. Morin said the police service is still ?very hopeful? it will be able to locate Keepness and reach a long-awaited conclusion to the investigation, which has been one of the largest in the history of the Regina police. ?We?re closer today than we were four years ago. We continue to work the file. As in all major investigations, they?re time-consuming and there is a lot of information to go through. We move forward. We?re farther ahead in the investigation than we were,? said Morin. The FSIN and the Saskatchewan First Nations? Women?s Commission are to host a barbecue today at 1 p.m. to mark the anniversary of Keepness? disappearance. The event will be held at the Core Community Park at 11th Avenue and Toronto Street and is open to the public. The Board of Police Commissioners is continuing to offer a $25,000 reward for any information that would lead to the discovery of her whereabouts. Anyone with information pertaining to Keepness? disappearance is asked to contact the Regina police at 777-6500, through its Web site (www.reginapolice.ca) or by calling Crime Stoppers at 545-8477. https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=127215338 127215338 Joseph James Andrews August 2002 Salmon Valley,British Columbia Joseph James Andrews was born on Feb 22nd 1992.At about 3 p.m. on the sunday afternoon of August 4th,2002, Joseph was tubing on The Salmon Valley River.He was tubing in fron of campsite #4 when he was last seen.Joseph who also answers to the nickname JJ disappeared into thin air.A massive ground,air and river search was conducted & failed to turn up the young boy.To date no trace of Joseph or his rafting equipment has been found.At the time Joseph stood 4'09" and weighed approx 65 lbs. Joseph has brown hair. He was last seen wearing a dark shirt, navy blue knee length shorts, yellow baseball cap and sandals (size 3). He was riding on a large yellow rafting tube and was wearing a bright orange personal flotation device. You may leave an anonymous message with any information pertaining to the disappearance of Joseph Andrews at crimestoppers.1-800-222-TIPS (8477). https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125790 124125790 Adam,Trevor and Mitchell O'Brien November 1996 Mount Pearl.Newfoundland Mitchell and his brothers, Adam and Trevor, were abducted by their father, Gary Joseph O'Brien. On November 9, 1996 Gary Joseph O'Brien of Torbay, Newfoundland failed to return his three children to their mother (Diana O'Brien) as required by a specific access order. Investigation has revealed that Gary O'Brien built an elaborate trap at his residence in Torbay designed to cause an explosion when a person entered the home. He advised his wife that she would not see her children again. Gary O'Brien has a history of psychiatric problems, violence and suicidal tendencies. ________________________________ Adam Matthew O'Brien Missing since November 9, 1996 from Torbay, Newfoundland, Canada Classification: Family Abduction Vital Statistics Date Of Birth: October 28, 1982 Age at Time of Disappearance: 14 years old Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 5'0" (152 cm); 99 lbs (45 kg) Distinguishing Characteristics: Brown hair; blue eyes Circumstances of Disappearance Adam and his brothers, Trevor and Mitchell, were abducted by his father, Gary Joseph O'Brien. On November 9, 1996 Gary O'Brien failed to return his three children to their mother as required by a specific access order. Investigation revealed that Gary O'Brien built an elaborate trap at his residence in Torbay designed to cause an explosion when a person entered the home. He advised his wife that she would not see her children again. Gary O'Brien has a history of psychiatric problems, violence and suicidal tendencies. Vital Statistics Date Of Birth: October 17, 1956 Age at Time of Disappearance: years old Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 5'10"; 132 lbs. Distinguishing Characteristics: White male. Grey hair; Blue eyes. ________________________________ Investigators If you have any information concerning this case, please contact: Royal Newfoundland Constabulary 709-729-8000 NCMEC #: RCMP9600663 NCIC Number: Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case. Source Information: National Center for Missing and Exploited Children North American Missing Persons Network http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/1419dmnf.html Trevor Anthony Thomas O'Brien http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/1766dmnf.html Mitchell Gary Marcus O'Brien http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/1718dmnf.html https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125544 124125544 Sheldon Ashton Sperling May 1998 Port Coquitlam,British Columbia http://forthelost.wordpress.com/2014/05/11/corinna-and-sheldon-sperling-missing-sixteen-years/ https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125833 124125833 Angelica Haley Cooper Apr 07, 1999 Surrey,British Columbia Father was to meet Angelica in Langley on April 12, 1999 for a scheduled visitation but his daughter was not there. ________________________________ Eyes-Blue-green Hair- Blonde White female If you have any information concerning the disappearance of Angelica please contact Provincial Child Find 1-800-387-7962 https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125750 124125750 Casey Rose Mary Dora Bohun Aug 05, 1989 Delta,British Columbia On Saturday, August 5, 1989, three year old Casey Rose Bohun disappeared from her home in North Delta, BC. Subsequent police investigation has failed to determine what happened to her. It is possible that Casey was abducted and is living elsewhere in Canada or the United States. Casey would now be 19 years old and may be unaware of her past life in Delta. She is caucasian and has red/brown hair and brown eyes. Her left top tooth is chipped. Casey's departure had a devastating effect on her family. Eventually her mother and step-father separated and in 2001 her mother committed suicide. Eyes-Brown Hair- Light Red White Female If you have any information concerning the disappearance of Casey please contact Delta Police Department at 604.946.4411 or Crimestoppers at 1.800.222.TIPS https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125754 124125754 Abbygail Dice September 20th, 2007 St.Thomas,Ontario ABBYGAIL DICE. She was last seen on Sept/18th/07 with her mother Sara Whittington, ABBYGAIL was reported missing on Sept/20th/07 by St. Thomas police after her mother was found alone and confused in her apartment. http://www.facebook.com/?sk=2361831622#!/group.php?gid=6038858098&v=info https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125543 124125543 https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125767 124125767 Adrien McNaughton June 12th, 1972 Holmes Lake, Brougham Township,Ontario This six year old boy wandered off into a wooded area 1-877-9FIND ME (1-877-934-6363) Toll Free in Canada or email us at Tips or at opp.isb.resolve@ontario.ca (705) 330-4144 for local or outside of Canada A reward may be offered for information leading to the successful resolution of this case. http://www.missing-u.ca/MPDetail.aspx?PersonID=186 https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125545 124125545 Eyes- Hair- Sex- If you have any information concerning the disappearance of please contact https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125772 124125772 Eyes- Hair- Sex- If you have any information concerning the disappearance of please contact https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125774 124125774 Cheryl Hanson May 31, 1974 Aurora,Ontario Cheryl left her residence on Bloomington Road, near the Blue Hills Academy, Town of Aurora, for a 10 minute walk to her cousin's residence, also located on Bloomington Road. Cheryl Hanson left her residence in the early evening wearing a red coat over a matching dark brown check sweater and pant combination, with white leather shoes. Cheryl Hanson was carrying a paper bag containing her white pyjamas with a red floral design. Cheryl Hanson never arrived at her cousin's residence. A massive search was undertaking involving police officers, volunteers, and militia members, of various areas of York Region, but these searches were unable to locate Cheryl Hanson, or any property associated to Cheryl Hanson Eyes- Blue Hair- Blonde White Female- If you have any information concerning the disappearance of Cheryl please contact Child Find National Toll Free Number 1-800-387-7962 https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125757 124125757 Jadon Alexander Yanez Parada January,2008 Guelph,Ontario https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125778 124125778 Jeffrey https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125782 124125782 https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125785 124125785 https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125787 124125787 https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125789 124125789 https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125791 124125791 Eyes- Hair- Sex- If you have any information concerning the disappearance of please contact https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125798 124125798 Leila Eyes- Hair- Sex- If you have any information concerning the disappearance of please contact https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125802 124125802 Eyes- Hair- Sex- If you have any information concerning the disappearance of please contact https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125803 124125803 https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125805 124125805 https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125808 124125808 https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125809 124125809 https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125814 124125814 Nicole Morin July 30th,1985 Toronto,Ontario On July 30th, Nicole left her mother?s penthouse apartment in The West Mall, in Toronto's Etobicoke area, and vanished. There has been no trace of 8 year old Nicole who was likely abducted moments after leaving the apartment in the Highway 427 and Rathburn Road area. At 10:30am Nicole had gone to the lobby of the twenty story apartment building to pick up the mail. She returned to the apartment and got ready to go swimming with a playmate. Before leaving the apartment Nicole had spoken to a friend through the building's intercom and promised to be right down. The playmate waited about 15 minutes before buzzing the apartment again to find out why Nicole hadn't arrived. The two girls had arranged to meet in the lobby and go to a supervised swimming pool at the rear of the building. About 11:00am Nicole said goodbye to her mother and left the apartment. No one has seen the girl since she closed the apartment door and walked into the penthouse hallway. Eyes- Brown Hair- brown White female If you have any information concerning the disappearance of Nicole please contact Toronto Police at 416-808-5300 or Crimestoppers at 416-222-Tips (8477 https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=127220859 127220859 https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125817 124125817 https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125818 124125818 https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125819 124125819 Olivia https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125823 124125823 https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125824 124125824 https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125825 124125825 https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125828 124125828 https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125829 124125829 https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125835 124125835 https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125839 124125839 Tyler Bowe April 1983 Whitehorse,Yukon Billie Giroux last saw her son 17 years ago. "I always remember him in a red and blue jacket saying, 'I'll see you on Sunday, Mom'," she says of her 14- year-old son Tyler. He vanished over the Easter weekend in 1983. Despite a large police search, the Whitehorse teenager was never found. Giroux says she knows in her heart Tyler is dead. She says she had a dream where her son appeared and told her he had died. Giroux believes he's in heaven but she says it's still painful for her to think about what his last hours were like. "I think my only sadness is I sometimes wondered if he suffered when he died, and I think he did," she says. RCMP sergeant Larry Kavanagh works on missing person cases. He says there are some very strange cases in the Yukon such as a three-year-old boy who disappeared while walking home from his grandmother's house in the 1970s. And there was a case last year where a 25-year-old man was last seen running into the bush without a shirt. It's suspected he was high on mushrooms. Kavanagh says police always assume foul play could be a factor in the unsolved cases. But he says people also die accidentally or they choose to flee from former lives and take on new identities. He says some cases are just never solved and friends and family are just left wondering if the person is dead or alive. ?http://www.doenetwork.us/cases/245dmyt.html https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125841 124125841 https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125842 124125842 https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125843 124125843 https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125846 124125846 https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125847 124125847 Eyes- Hair- Sex- If you have any information concerning the disappearance of please contact https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=124125848 124125848 Calgary mother desperate for son's return Calgary mother has made an emotional appeal for the return of her son, who police believe was abducted by his father a year ago and taken to India. On Tuesday, Calgary police announced that a Canada-wide warrant has been issued for Harpreet Singh Arora for abduction without consent. "This past year has been the most difficult and painful in my life," said Mona Gill, the boy's mother. "I cannot have imagined how much pain and longing I could feel until my child is abducted. I feel helpless, lost and desperate to get him back. I cannot stop trying to live the days I had with Shael. It breaks my heart not being able to see him, hear him or hold him." Arora took their son Shael Ranbir Singh Arora on a trip to Vancouver from May 12 to 16, 2010. At the time of the trip he was separated from Gill, who had consented to the trip.The father and son arrived in Mumbai, India, on May 24, 2010, but police don't have any idea where they are today. The boys is now 2 ˝ years old. "No calls, emails, photos, text messages leave me constantly worrying and imagining how he is and how much he must have grown up," said Gill. "Shael is the joy in my day and the love in my heart and I will never be whole without him." The RCMP and Interpol are looking for the father, also known as Dimpy, and are checking with his associates in Calgary, Vancouver, Hong Kong, Singapore and India. Gill appealed to Arora, his friends and family, and anyone else who has information to help her find her son. "Nothing else matters right now, except that a mother is allowed to see her son. Shael should not have to grow up without me, his mom," she said. https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=127551141 127551141 Marianne Schuett April 27th,1967 Burlington Ontario At 4:00 p.m., on Thursday, April 27, 1967, SCHUETT left the Kilbride Public School situated at the northern section of the City of Burlington. The child had only 400 yards to go to her home but never arrived. She was last seen in the vicinity of the school driveway talking to an unknown male person who was seated in an motorvehicle. SCHUETT is believed to have been abducted by this man. The suspect is described only as being approximately 40 years of age, with a thin face and wearing glasses. The vehicle is believed to be a small or compact size European model, dark blue or black in colour, with a chrome section across the back. Extensive investigation and exhaustive land and air searches have been carried out; however, to date, this person has not been located. Eyes Blue/Green Hair-Medium Brown; Cut in bangs at front; Ear length in back; Marianne appears to be slightly stooped and is very mild mannered White female If you have any information on this case, please call Regional Investigative Services at 905-825-4747 ext. 8760 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). http://www.hrps.on.ca/CrimeFiles/Lists/MissingPersons/DispForm.aspx?ID=4 https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=128138810 128138810 Cameron Gerald MARCH May 7, 1975 Area of 5349 Blind Line Road, Burlington, ON March was last seen in a neighbor's yard adjacent to the home of his parents at about 15:00. Extensive investigation and exhaustive land and air searches have been carried out; however, to date, he has not been located. ?Clothing: White T-Shirt, with green band around neck and monkeys climbing on front of shirt. Rust brown corduroy pants. Navy blue socks and brown desert boots. ?Dentals: Braces on lower left side of teeth, one top front tooth discolored. White male. Blond hair; blue eyes. If you have any information concerning this case, please contact: Halton Regional Police 905-825-4777 extension 5082 http://www.hrps.on.ca/CrimeFiles/Lists/MissingPersons/DispForm.aspx?ID=5 https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=128139288 128139288 Diane Prevost September 17, 1966 from Parry Sound, Ontario, Canada _On Saturday September, 17, 1966, Diane Prevost disappeared while her family was camping at Grundy Provincial Park. Diane was playing on the beach, and would not go near the lake, as she was afraid of the water. Diane wanted to return to the trailer at the campsite, which was about 500 feet from the beach. Her father indicated he would take her back, but when he turned to do so, she was no longer on the beach. The family began to look for her immediately, and after an hour contacted the police for assistance. Despite an extensive search of the park and the lake, Diane was not found and has not been seen since. _______________________________ Jun 08, 2011 - 12:01 PM . Family believes daughter, sister still alive Family believes daughter, sister still alive. Diane Prévost when she was two years old. Submitted photo ST. CHARLES - Bernard and Claire Prévost's home is nestled by the water of St. Charles, a small, French-language community southeast of Sudbury. The Prévost's children, now adults, Claude, Joanne, Lise and Richard, spend a few minutes in early April catching up, laughing and enjoying the weather, talking country music and plans for the summer. Bernard and Claire joke with their children about the bumpy roads that twist and turn leading up to their home putting any vehicle's suspension to the test. The group stops their conversation to watch a brave dog who'd ventured out onto the thin ice that was left on the water by the Prévost's home. It is a typical Saturday for the family, except there is one person missing - Diane. Diane was two-years-old the last time the Prévosts saw her, when she disappeared from the Ren Maple section of Grundy Provincial Park during a family camping trip in 1966. The family, alongside search teams, scoured the park that night and found no trace of the toddler. Forty-five years later, the Prevosts are still looking. The camping trip Her parents describe her as terrified of water, which is why on September 17, 1966, while Bernard fished and the other children played in the sand by the water, Diane kept her distance, and asked to be taken back to the campsite, where her grandparents were. In the short time it took Bernard to untangle his fishing line, Diane was gone. Thinking she might have wandered the 500 feet back to the site without him, Bernard checked there first - no luck. According to Bernard and Claire, Diane disappeared at 4 p.m. and by 5 p.m. they realized they needed to call for help. (The police) came and searched, Bernard said. I got in the car and drove around trying to find her. I asked the police to put alerts out at Canadian borders. His request was turned down. (Police) said they would find her in the park. Finding out who was camping in the park on the day Diane went missing, was next to impossible. It was off-season and there was no one there (running the park) during the day, said Bernard. Someone would come around and collect money from campers at night. The search, which broke up after dark, continued the following morning and for a month afterwards. Family, friends, and other local residents pitched in. People in the community were amazing, Joanne said. Search groups included divers using more than 10 tanks of oxygen per day, Bernard recalled. And bloodhounds, the Prevosts were told, followed Diane?s scent to the parking lot - where it stopped. A missing person with missing files Twenty years passed, and relatively no new information was brought forward on Diane's case. I went back for about five or six years, said Bernard. Claire noted police asked her husband to leave annual search efforts alone. They told him they would call him if they found something,she said. In an attempt to re-examine the case, the family requested a case file, which they later learned was lost. According to the family, a new file was created and an officer assigned to the case, which has since been passed down to North Bay OPP officer Yvon Perron. The case is currently in the OPP database for missing persons. Living without Diane Its like a movie, said Claude. You never think it is going to happen to you or your family. The Prévost family unanimously agrees - she is out there. Not knowing where out there, Lise said, is hard. I always wonder how her life turned out to be, she said. I always wished that the people that took her, well, that she had a good life.... I still have a hard time. For a short time after Diane went missing, Claire and Bernard were faced with some negative backlash in the midst of dealing with the loss of their daughter. My teacher had said my parents sold my sister because they were driving a new car, Joanne said. A car that was given to them by my grandparents. People will make up the truth, Bernie said, and shrugged. Family life continued, and even now the four children point fingers at who was the worst behaved - Richard, who was born after Diane's disappearance, was the consensus. According to his mother, who would sometimes find Claude sleeping in the crib with her youngest, the other children, all a year apart in age, were very protective of Richard. He had four mothers, said Lise, now a parent and grandparent herself. The loss of Diane continues to affect their lives. I had both of my children fingerprinted when they were very young, she said. Claude, Richard, Joanne, and Lise agree, a missing sibling has urged them to take extra precaution with their children. When I used to be at the grocery store, I would be afraid to let my kids out of my sight, Lise said. Diane's parents remember Diane as a happy two-year-old who loved to match her clothing, and kick off her shoes. Even when she was outside she wanted to go barefoot, said Bernard. She was a good kid. ________________________________ COLD CASE: Diane Prevost vanished 43 years ago Forensic sketch offers family new hope By ROB LAMBERTI, SUN MEDIA Posted 1 year ago Almost 43 years have passed since two-year-old Diane Prevost, of Blezard Valley, vanished during a family camping trip. On Sept. 17, 1966, the toddler disappeared after telling her dad she wanted to return to the family trailer, about 150 metres from the dock where her father was fishing. When her dad, Bernard, turned about a minute later to walk with his daughter, who was afraid of water, the little girl was gone, never to be seen again. And yesterday, forensic artist Diana Trepkov, who helped solve murders and disappearances with her art on both sides of the border, showed off her sketch of Diane as she would look today. Far from the idyllic camping trip the family anticipated, that day led to a lifetime of not knowing what happened to the child after her mysterious disappearance in to Grundy Lake Provincial Park between Sudbury and Parry Sound. "It's the not knowing," said sister, Joanne, who was five when Diane disappeared. "You never know what happened." For her parents, Bernard and Claire, "every time you look at a kid, (they asked) 'Is it mine? Is it her?' " Joanne said. "We just believe she's still alive," her other sister, Lise, 46, said yesterday. The family always believed the little girl was abducted and raised by whomever took her. Diane's mom believes that to be the case. "It started off as a nice weekend, but it ended up as a nightmare for us," Claire said, before turning away. "A lot of people remember because it was the first incident of child abduction in the north," Lise said. "A child just doesn't disappear within a minute. Someone was watching us that day. She was there one minute and gone the next, so somebody had to be close by and was waiting for an opportunity to take her." OPP searched the park and divers scoured the lake. They took apart the dock. Nothing was found. The case has been revived with the posting of Diane's disappearance on websites, including Facebook and missing-u.ca. Divers searched again in May but found nothing, OPP Det.- Insp. Jeff Bahm said yesterday. "It's a case that's still open," he said. Trepkov, who was contacted by Lise by e-mail, also feels that Diane is alive. "When I read (the e-mail), automatically I had this overwhelming feeling of wanting to help," she said. "I feel very good. Hopefully, good closure. "Facial age progressions are 75% science, 25% art, so it's important the artist doesn't get carried away with the artistic side," Trepkov said. "One important thing I concentrate on are the eyes. I believe the eyes are the mirror of the soul and I keep them," she said. After a certain age, "gravity takes over, and at 40, the double chin starts to appear, the nose gets droopier, the ears get larger," said Trepkov, the only Canadian among 26 forensic artists certified through the International Association for Identification. "We have hope that someone will recognize her," Lise said. "I don't know if we'll be successful, but we have hope." ________________________________ Eyes-Hazel Hair- Brown White female If you have any information concerning the disappearance of Diane or If you believe to be Diane please email us at mail@dianeprevost.info http://www.dianeprevost.info/ https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=129263596 129263596