Missing Children Cases
On average, every day in Québec, 16 children are reported missing to law enforcement agencies. These children disappear from home for a variety of reasons. They may have run away after a heated argument with their parents or were lured away by an online predator. Some may have been taken to another country by the noncustodial parent – perhaps to strike back at an ex-spouse – or they were simply abducted by someone the child does not know.
For whatever reason a child goes missing, parents’ lives are turned upside down and minutes race into hours as they frantically seek their child’s return home.
No matter the circumstances of a disappearance, a missing child’s best hope for a safe return depends on immediate, coordinated and focused action.
If you have any information on a missing child, please contact our Case Managers at 514.843.4333. All calls are confidential.
Photo aging Born: December 28, 1976 Last seen: August 15, 1978 From: Saint-Laurent, Quebec PDF: View poster
Photo aging Born: September 21, 1960 Last seen: October 15, 1977 From: Trois-Rivières, Quebec PDF: View poster
Born: July 15, 1954 Last seen: April 19, 1975 From: Montréal, Quebec PDF: View poster
Photo aging Born: September 11, 1965 Last seen: December 18, 1972 From: Laval, Quebec PDF: View poster
Photo aging Born: July 7, 1957 Last seen: September 27, 1963 From: Québec, Quebec PDF: View poster
Clifford Edward Sherwood
Photo aging Born: March 30, 1945 Last seen: October 21, 1954 From: Verdun, Quebec PDF: View poster