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104200198
Jeffrey Andrew Dupres
Missing since April 24, 1980
UCF #104200198
Location: Slave Lake, Alberta, Canada
File: Disappearance of Jeffrey Andrew Dupres
Status: UNSOLVED
Contributor: Osvaldo R.

Jeffrey Andrew Dupres

File Number: 104200198

Slave Lake, Alberta - Shortly before 1PM on April 24, 1980, at just three years old, Dupres told his mother he was going with his five-year-old friend to play next-door at his house. She used the opportunity to skip inside to throw in a load of wash. His mother were both outside at the time in the small town, 251 km northwest of Edmonton.

The mother took the opportunity to go back inside her home to transfer a load of laundry from the washing machine to the dryer. About 20 minutes later, the friend showed up looking for Jeffrey

The only clue was a white woman leading the child into a pickup truck whose driver was a white male. It was a light blue 1979 or 1980 Chevy.

Jeffrey Andrew Dupres
The last photo of Jeffrey Dupres and his mom. Photo: Facebook Group - What Happened to Jeffrey Dupres?

Jeffrey Dupres was determined, talkative and loved racing his bike up and down the street outside the family home on the outskirts of Slave Lake.

At just 3 years old, his mother, Denise, said he "already knew who he was." Jeffrey also had a kind heart. In newspaper reports from 1980, his mother told the story of how Jeffrey had seen a neighbour kill a moose.

At lunch, Jeffrey said he didn't want to eat meat anymore. When she asked why, he said he didn't want to "make animals dead."

Jeffrey's, above all, loved being with his mother and playing with the other kids in the neighbourhood.

One of Jeffrey's good friends was 5-year-old Rodney, who lived next door.

Jeffrey's case remains unsolved and foul play is suspected.



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104200155
Christine Marjorie McLean
Body Was Discovered Lying In Bushes
UCF #104200155
Location: Cherrybrook, Nova Scotia, Canada
File: Unsolved Murder of Christine Marjorie McLean
Status: UNSOLVED
Contributor: Osvaldo R.

Christine Marjorie McLean

File Number: 104200155

Cherrybrook, Nova Scotia - The Government of the Province of Nova Scotia is offering rewards of up to one hundred and fifty thousand dollars ($150,000) for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible for the murder of Christine Marjorie McLean.

On May 11, 1998, the body of 27 year old Christine McLean was discovered lying in bushes a short distance from a gravel road leading to the new water treatment construction site in Cherrybrook, which is located off Highway #7, east of Dartmouth.

The investigation revealed that the victim had been reported missing to Halifax Regional Police on April 14, 1998, and she had last been seen alive on April 4, 1998. Evidence at the scene indicated that the victim was likely killed at some other location, and her body was transported to the above location and dumped there by the suspect(s). Police believe there are persons who have information that could result in an arrest and possible charges.

Police believe McLean was killed at another location and that her body was dumped at the site.

Investigators believe there are people who have information about her death who have yet to come forward.

"Someone knows what happened to Christine twenty years ago," said Cpl. Troy Murray in a statement. "It's time to come forward and talk with police."Any person with information regarding the person(s) responsible for the murder of Christine Marjorie McLean should call the Rewards for Major Unsolved Crimes Program at 1-888-710-9090.

The reward is payable in Canadian funds and will be apportioned as deemed just by the Minister of Justice for the Province of Nova Scotia. Employees of law enforcement and correctional agencies are not eligible to collect this reward.

104200160
Brenda Lee Meyers
Burned To Death
UCF #104200160
Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada
File: Unsolved Homicide of Brenda Lee Meyers
Status: UNSOLVED
Contributor: Osvaldo R.

Brenda Lee Meyers

File Number: 104200160

On the evening of March 19, 2006, Brenda Meyers was closing Madison's Cafe which was located at 3802 Brentwood Road NW.

At approximately 11:35 PM, the Calgary Fire Department received a call of a fire alarm at Madison's Cafe. During the incident, Emergency Services located the body of MEYERS and determined her death to be a homicide.

On the snowy evening of Sunday, March 19th, Meyer's was working the late shift at Madison's. She was closing up the restaurant, as she had done countless times before, but it would not be a normal night for Brenda Meyers. It would never be known as a normal night for anyone who knew her, ever again.

Fire fighters received an alarm around 11:35 pm after a smoke detector trigged an an automated call to the station. Responders raced to Madison's Cafe and Bar to find a small fire had broken out in lower level of the building near the office and storage area. Luckily, the installed sprinkler system had managed to quell the flames and had limited their spread, but as responders continued their search they discovered Brenda's charred body on the basement floor.

What had happened to Brenda? Was it possible this was a horrible accident? The fire team immediately notified Calgary Police so arson and homicide detectives were brought to the scene.

Although investigators initially suspected foul play, it wasn't until ten days later on March 26, that the autopsy confirmed it was murder. Someone had brutally attacked Meyers and left her to die in the same place she had spent so much of her life.

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104200169
Patricia Bovin
Found Dead in Her Apartment
UCF #104200169
Location: London, Ontario, Canada
File: Cold Case: Unsolved Murder of Patricia Bovin
Status: COLD CASE
Contributor: Osvaldo R.

Patricia Bovin

File Number: 104200169

London, Ontario - Patricia Bovin was murdered when she was only 22 years old. She lived at 790 King Street in London, Ontario with her two children.

A friend called Patricia on Thursday, April 24th, 1969. When she didn't answer, the friend went by the apartment at 4:00 pm that afternoon and found Patricia's body.

It was a nightmare scene. Patricia's two young boys, aged one and three, were by their mother's body. It was as if they were waiting for her to wake-up. They were sobbing, dirty, and hungry.

The front door that accessed the staircase was unlocked. And a neighbour found a pillow case covered in blood by the front of the building. Therefore, the front door was the probable entry point. There were no obvious signs of forced entry.

The apartment was in disarray. Chairs and other items were scattered around. Not by the murderer, though. The children had moved the items in an attempt to reach food.

Nothing was stolen from the apartment.

Patricia was stabbed over a dozen times in the torso while asleep on the couch. She had no defensive wounds and wasn't sexually assaulted.

Patricia's murder remains unsolved. If you have any information about this murder please call police or Crime Stoppers.



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104200186
Brianne Wolgram
Vanished Without a Trace
UCF #104200186
Location: Revelstoke, British Columbia, Canada
File: Suspicious Disappearance of Brianne Wolgram
Status: UNSOLVED
Contributor: Osvaldo R.

Brianne Wolgram

File Number: 104200186

Revelstoke, British Columbia - Brianne Wolgram was just 19 years old at the time of her disappearance.

Many people viewed her as shy or timid. Those who were lucky enough to get to know her would say she was outgoing, fun, and absolutely hilarious.

Over two decades years ago, Brianne seemingly vanished without a trace from her hometown of Revelstoke, B.C.

According to reports, Brianne was last seen on Sept. 5, 1998, around 11:30 p.m at the Revelstoke 7-11. She was in the company of three other young unidentified women. Brianne was supposed to meet up with a friend that night, but never arrived.

Five days later, Brianne's newly purchased black Acura Integra with gold-coloured rims was found in the ditch 16 kilometres up a logging road towards Alkolkolex Falls. Her wallet, drivers license and $200 in cash were still in the car.

Hundreds of people searched the woods, boats scanned the shores of rivers and planes and helicopters provided air support. There was even a $20,000 reward for information that would lead to Brianne, but no one stepped forward.

Brianne resided with her parents, Sheryl and Cliff. She has two older brothers, Troy and Todd, who were not living at home during the time of Brianne's disappearance.

On March 25, every year, her mother burns a candle to commemorate her birthday.

It's to light the way home," said Sheryl Wolgram, mom.

Sheryl said in many ways, it's like her daughter disappeared yesterday. She has good days and bad days.

The Angel of Hope statue

The Angel of Hope statue at Woodenhead Park is to commemorate Brianne Wolgram. Before it was put behind bars, vandals broke off the angel's wings and caused other damages three separate times. (Liam Harrap/Revelstoke Review)

"It's like a radio dial in my head. Sometimes I need to change the channel."

Sheryl finds going to funerals particularly challenging, because at funerals there's closure. She doesn't have that.

Anna Swayze, friend of Brianne's, started a GoFundMe to collect money to offer a reward for information that will lead to Brianne's whereabouts.

Not long before she disappeared, Brianne had purchased a black Acura Integra with gold-coloured rims that was her pride and joy. It was in pristine condition and she made sure to take good care of it. That last summer was filled with "Slurpees", rocky beaches, and the loud blaring of Beastie Boys from her new car.

Swayze wants the RCMP to release photos taken on scene of Brianne's car when it was found.

"It should get people talking about it again, regardless if it's for good or bad" Swayze said.

Anyone with information about the circumstances surrounding Wolgram's disappearance is asked to contact the RCMP or Missing Children Society of Canada at 1-800-661-6160.

Source: Abbotsford News


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