How often do you see an ad or article online about a person missing? How about flyers at busy intersections and downtown building walls? Nowadays people go missing in Canada almost every day. Most of them are found fast and returned home safely, but for in some cases, the search continues for months. A missing person is always a tragedy for the family and friends. People have no rest, can’t sleep peacefully, when a family member is not at home and safe.
But some cases take much longer to solve and people are missing for years, despite that the police and family members work hard every day to locate the missing person and provide help if needed.
Lorlene Bone went missing three years ago, and the police and her family continue to search for answers. The last contact with Bone was on February 29, 2016, when she called her mother from Sapotaweyak Cree Nation (Shoal River), Manitoba.
“This investigation remains active and ongoing,” said Sgt. Steve Henson of the Swan River RCMP Detachment. “We continue to explore and investigate all potential leads as it is our goal is to bring Lorlene Bone home to her family.”
Bone was 31 at the time she went missing. She is described as approximately 5’5” tall, 155 lbs with brown eyes and black hair. Lorlene was known to often dye her hair red or blonde and is from Wuskwi Sipihk Cree Nation (Indian Birch First Nation), Manitoba.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Missing Persons Unit at 204-986-6250 or contact your local police department. If you or someone you know had seen Bone or talked to her in person or over the phone since March 2016, the family and police are asking for your help, any information might help with a search and lead officers to find a missing woman.
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