View Full Version : CANADA Canada - Lisa Leona Maas, 22, Woodford Ontario, 1988
Date Of Birth: March 16, 1966
Age at Time of Disappearance: 22 years old
Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 4'10"; 96-97 lbs.
Distinguishing Characteristics: White female. Dark-blonde, straight, shoulder length hair; hazel eyes. 3 piercings in each ear. Thin build; fair complexion. Sometimes wears glasses.
Tattoos: She has a mouse tattoo on her left shoulder.
Clothing: She was last seen wearing blue jeans, white running shoes and a light blue sweatshirt with Mickey Mouse embossed on the front.
Medical Conditions: She was 5 months pregnant at the time of her disappearance.
Circumstances of Disappearance
Maas was last seen on July 17, 1988, after leaving a party in Woodford. Her car was found two days later stuck in mud on a bush road about 10 kilometers away. Searches failed to turn up any clues.
It’s just a matter of time. It could be next week. It could be next year. It could be 10 years from now. Eventually, the police and the public are going to know what took place that weekend.”
Ontario Provincial Police Const. Dan Rajsic, lead police investigator into the Lisa Maas case, speaking to The Sun Times one year after she went missing in 1988.
After years of searching, police have zeroed in on a single suspect in the mysterious disappearance of Lisa Maas almost 20 years ago.
Originally there were seven suspects in the case, which badly unsettled area residents in the summer of 1988. Now, the list of suspects has been reduced to a single name by detectives of the OPP’s historical investigations unit.
Though they can’t as yet identify the suspect, police say it is someone Maas knew.
“It makes it more palatable for everybody when strangers are involved,” said Det.-Const. Andre Bayard, a detective with the cold case squad.
“Everybody wants to believe the bogey man’s out there and be wary. Well you know, I’ve been doing this job over 30 years . . . and the bogeyman is usually somebody you know.”
Last Updated: 6th November 2009, 2:12am
Police long ago narrowed the list of suspects in the 1988 disappearance of Lisa Leona Maas to one person. But without a body or other evidence of a killing, they can't prove their suspicions, Maule said...
...Before heading to the party, she left her car at a friend's place. She and her friends got to the party about 3 a.m. on July 17. She later got a ride back to her vehicle. Later that Sunday, it was found stuck in the mud, the doors and trunk open, but it wasn't reported to police for two days.
10-28-2010, 06:27 PM
OPP Return to Site of Previous Search
Linked to Lisa Maas Disappearance
(GREY COUNTY, ON.) – Members of an Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) investigative team have returned to a residential property in Owen Sound today (October 28, 2010) to search for evidence linked to the 1988 disappearance of Lisa Leona MAAS.
The OPP Criminal Investigation Branch (CIB), Unsolved Homicide Investigation Team utilized ground penetrating radar (GPR) to search the same property situated on 3rd Ave. East in Owen Sound on October 13, 2010. The data accumulated in that search combined with additional information has led investigators to return to the site today.
The owner of the property being searched and current occupants are not persons of interest in the case.
Today’s search is part of an extensive ongoing investigation into the disappearance of Lisa Leona MASS who was last seen in the former Sydenham Township (Municipality of Meaford) on July 17, 1988. Her vehicle, a green 1976 Plymouth, was found stuck on an unimproved township road allowance near the hamlet of Annan two days later.
The OPP CIB Unsolved Homicide Investigation Team will be assisted with today’s search by members of the OPP Urban Search and Rescue Unit (USAR) and an OPP Forensic Identification Unit.
The investigation to date, currently under the direction of OPP CIB Detective Inspector Ian MAULE, has involved numerous searches and hundreds of interviews.
Any person having information regarding the person(s) responsible for the disappearance of Lisa MAAS should contact the Ontario Provincial Police at 1-888-310-1122 or (705) 329-6111, or their nearest police authority. Should you wish to remain anonymous, you may call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).
More information on this case and other unsolved OPP investigations may be found on the forces website at www.OPP.ca.
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