Missing since August 1, 1989 from Prince George, British Columbia, Canada.
Circumstances of Disappearance
On August 1, 1989, Ronald Jack was seen at the First Litre Pub with a white male, they left together.
A relative later told police the man offered he and his wife, Doreen, jobs either at a logging camp or at a ranch. At 01:30, August 2, 1989, at the Bednesti Cluculz Lake area, Ronald phoned his mother. He said they would be gone for 10 days to 2 weeks. They were packing up some of their belongings and those of their two boys, Russell and Ryan. It appeared the family had every intention of returning to their home on Strathcona Avenue at some point.
They have not been seen or heard from since. According to investigators, one of three things could have happened: foul play, the family simply went off the road and have not been discovered or they left voluntarily. However, they are placing greater emphasis on the first option.
Investigators RCMP - Prince George City Detachment
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
RCMP - Prince George City Detachment
Agency Case Number: 1989-28607
Prince George City Crimestoppers
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