segunda-feira, 19 de julho de 2010

Marie e Lyle McCann

Help Find Lyle & Marie McCann
Lyle & Marie McCann left St. Albert, AB on Saturday, July 3, 2010. They were planning to be in Abbotsford, BC on July 10, but did not arrive. Though the week of July 3 to July 10, they had planned a camping trip through the Yellowhead on their way to Abbotsford.

If you have any information that may be helpful in our search, please contact the St. Albert RCMP Detachment immediately at 780.458.4300 is an excellent site for information on missing persons.

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........ " Lyle Thomas McCann, 78, and Marie Ann McCann, 77, were last seen in early July after leaving for a trip to B.C. in their motorhome.

On July 3, Lyle was captured on video filling the motorhome with gas at the Superstore in St. Albert. It was the last time their credit card was used.

Two days later, their motorhome was discovered in flames at the Minnow Lake campground about an hour southeast of Edson. Their SUV, which they normally tow behind the motorhome, was missing. Police phoned the McCann residence, but were unable to contact them.

The McCanns were reported missing on July 10, after failing to show up for a planned meeting with their daughter in Abbotsford, B.C.

Their SUV was discovered on July 16, in the bush near Carrot Creek, about 45 minutes from the Minnow Lake campground where their motorhome was burned and less than five minutes from Niton Junction.

The couple are still missing. The RCMP have received more than 170 tips related to the case and continue to ask anyone who may have seen the McCanns’ light green Hyundai Tucson (licence plate: ZPK 289) between July 5 and 16 to call them.

The McCann family have also set up a website asking for tips in the case."

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