A wallet that is believed to belong to Helen Robertson, missing since July 5, 2016 was found by a young boy and his father on April 24th. The brown Fossil-brand leather wallet was spotted on an embankment of the Bronte River behind a Lowe’s on Appleby Line in Burlington, OntarioRead More
Alexandra Sawicki was 32 years old when she disappeared in November 2000. She drove from her home in Mississauga to Niagara Falls, ON and parked her car (a burgundy 4-door Dodge Neon) in a lot near the falls. Later that evening, her vehicle was discovered by police.Read More
Darcy Puddicomb was 57 years old at the time of his disappearance on January 7, 1997. He left his Hamilton residence to walk to work at 7:15 a.m., but never arrived.Read More
Helen Robertson, 79, was last seen at her residence on Milcroft Park Drive in Burlington ON on July 5, 2016. She suffered from Alzheimer's disease and was an avid walker. When she went missing, temperatures were hot and police were concerned for her safety.Read More
Roy (George) Taylor, white, 6'4", 215 lbs, with hazel eyes and grey hair, was last seen April 2, 2004 at his residence near the Bruce Trail in Stoney Creek (approximate map below). At the time of his disappearance he was wearing black corduroy pants, blue/grey plaid shirt, dark green hooded jacket, a grey toque and black winter lace-up shoes.Read More
Sylvia Rudge last saw her daughter, Amanda Jane Rudge, on a balmy night in late August, 1991. “I remember it so well,” said Sylvia. “She was in the bathroom having problems getting out one of her earrings, she had several ear piercings, and one was stuck and she asked me to get it out for her, which I did. I still have that earring.”Read More
Sheryl Sheppard, missing since January 1998, is receiving new attention and community pressure after many years of her mother, Odette Fisher's tireless efforts to have her daughter's case solved.Read More
Shelley Joy Desrochers has been out of contact with loved ones since Jan. 2, 2016, with a final sighting on Jan. 5, 2016Read More
On April 9, 2007, a human skull was found in the Glanbrook area in a ditch on the west side of Glancaster Road. Hamilton Police and Coroner Dr. Richard Porter investigated and a post-mortem was conducted at Hamilton General Hospital.
On April 18, 2007, the surrounding area was searchedRead More
In many ways, this story reads like a typical runaway, determined to make it on her own. But Darlene was not the only one who disappeared at this time. Her friend Jinisina “Jan” Stonehouse disappeared on August 8, 1983 from Oakville. She was also pregnant.
The similarity of these two disappearances was too coincidental to ignore, and the Halton Police believe the two cases are connected.Read More