North Delta, British Columbia - Casey Bohun was only three when she mysteriously disappeared from her bedroom in North Delta, British Columbia. She was last seen by her mother at bedtime in the evening of Aug. 5, 1989. She was living with her mother, her one-year-old sister and her mother's boyfriend.
Casey didn't know the neighbourhood very well because the family had only moved to the area a month before. The family was new to the region and Casey would not have known the area well. Her family had just moved to North Delta from Langley, British Columbia a month previously, so the neighbourhood would be unknown to her.
Dozens of volunteers joined the search for Casey, but no trace of her has been found.
Despite the time that has passed, Insp. Guy Leeson with Delta police says officers still investigate the one or two tips a year that still come in. "It's a cold case but all these types of missing persons investigations remain open," Leeson said on the 30th anniversary of Casey's disappearance in 2019. "If anybody knows anything in relation to Casey's disappearance, we'd like them to come forward."
Officers say the girl's disappearance had a devastating effect on her family and her mother committed suicide in 2001.
A flood of tips came when Insp. Leeson was first put on the case in 2001, after Barbara Bohun's suicide renewed interest in Casey's disappearance.
The mother and stepfather had separated, and Casey's younger sister, Stacy Bohun, was in foster care at the time.
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