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CANADA Canada - 6 Missing Teens, Pickering, Ontario, 17 March 1995

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  1. fourboys

    fourboys Former Member

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    This was posted on my site a few days ago, I thought I would pass it along to see if anyone has information, and for support for their family and friends....

     
  2. fourboys

    fourboys Former Member

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    Information from The Doe Network and NCMEC

    Jay Alexander Boyle
    Michael Richard James Cummins
    Daniel Mark Higgins
    Jamie Lefebvre
    Robbie Rumboldt
    Chad Smith

    Circumstances of Disappearance
    Jay Boyle, Michael Cummins, Daniel Higgins and Chad Smith, Robbie Rumboldt and Jamie Lefebvre, were last seen walking together towards the Eastshore Marina in Pickering on March 17, 1995.

    Witnesses and evidence suggest that after some spring break partying and drinking, the teenage boys went down to the beach looking for adventure. Once there, they may have stolen a four-metre imitation Boston Whaler motorboat and a three-wheeled paddle boat from separate marinas on Frenchman's Bay. Then, it's believed, they headed out for a joyride on the cold, icy waters of the lake without lifejackets. Before they left at around 12:50 a.m. on Friday, the boys told a friend they were going to "goof around" on a boat.

    At 1:48 a.m., a surveillance camera caught three of the boys - Michael, Jamie and Robbie - entering East Shore Marina.

    Between 2:30 and 3 a.m., some marina residents heard a motor boat out on the lake. The next morning, two boats were reported stolen from two marinas.
    The police believe the boats capsized and hypothermia gripped the boys within minutes. The boys were first reported missing by worried girlfriends on Friday, but police did not treat their concerns seriously until Saturday afternoon, when they connected the boys to the missing boats.

    By 2 p.m. Saturday - 36 hours after the boys were last seen - a massive search was underway.Durham police were joined by the Toronto police marine unit, the Coast Guard, Hercules C-130 aircraft and a helicopter from the air-sea rescue unit at Canadian Forces Base Trenton. They found nothing. Thousands of volunteers from across southern Ontario then joined the hunt. But no bodies. No boats. No pieces of clothing. The only item found on the lake was a gas can belonging to the 4-metre Boston Whaler.

    Investigators
    If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
    The Royal Canadian Mounted Police
    877-318-3576
    NCIC Number: N/A
     
  3. Casshew

    Casshew Former Member

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    I remember this story, I lived in Scarborough at the time which is just west of Pickering where these boys disappeared (presumed drowned)

    Here is some more information in the circumstances

    Boyle, Michael Cummins, Daniel Higgins and Chad Smith, Robbie Rumboldt and Jamie Lefebvre, were last seen walking together towards the Eastshore Marina in Pickering on March 17, 1995.

    Witnesses and evidence suggest that after some spring break partying and drinking, the teenage boys went down to the beach looking for adventure. Once there, they may have stolen a four-metre imitation Boston Whaler motorboat and a three-wheeled paddle boat from separate marinas on Frenchman's Bay. Then, it's believed, they headed out for a joyride on the cold, icy waters of the lake without lifejackets. Before they left at around 12:50 a.m. on Friday, the boys told a friend they were going to "goof around" on a boat.

    At 1:48 a.m., a surveillance camera caught three of the boys - Michael, Jamie and Robbie - entering East Shore Marina.

    Between 2:30 and 3 a.m., some marina residents heard a motor boat out on the lake. The next morning, two boats were reported stolen from two marinas.

    The police believe the boats capsized and hypothermia gripped the boys within minutes. The boys were first reported missing by worried girlfriends on Friday, but police did not treat their concerns seriously until Saturday afternoon, when they connected the boys to the missing boats.

    By 2 p.m. Saturday - 36 hours after the boys were last seen - a massive search was underway.Durham police were joined by the Toronto police marine unit, the Coast Guard, Hercules C-130 aircraft and a helicopter from the air-sea rescue unit at Canadian Forces Base Trenton. They found nothing. Thousands of volunteers from across southern Ontario then joined the hunt.

    But no bodies. No boats. No pieces of clothing. The only item found on the lake was a gas can belonging to the 4-metre Boston Whaler.

    http://doenetwork.us/cases/1242dmon.html
     
  4. fourboys

    fourboys Former Member

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    Thank you Casshew!

    fourboys
     
  5. Marisa714

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    I would think they would have found something. 2 boats and 6 boys, I'd think they'd at least find one of the boys, how strange IMO. Although I'm not too familiar w/boat dissapearances. Either way that video was very touching, so sad. Alcohol is always dangerous in that type of situation :-(
    I hope one day theyre found.
     
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    Bump. 8 years and 2 days, and still nothing found.
     
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    Hamsterdance New Member

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    Family marks 19th anniversary of Pickering's 'Lost Boys' case, point to possible new clue

    Please see the article below:

    http://toronto.ctvnews.ca/family-ma...oys-case-point-to-possible-new-clue-1.1731005

    There is an online petition to request DNA testing of a body that was found in 1998, that the family recently became aware of. Apparently, the body was wearing red Levis jeans. One of the missing boys, Jay Boyle, was wearing red Levi jeans when he disappeared and the families request for DNA testing was denied:

    http://www.change.org/petitions/nia...aign=share_facebook_mobile&recruiter=13732046
     
  8. alreetlike

    alreetlike Wait and hope.

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    I signed the petition earlier after seeing it posted in the Jeffrey Boucher thread. It would be great for at least one of the families to get some closure after all these years.
     
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    Hamsterdance New Member

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    Thank you for signing alreetlike and everyone else!! So far the petition is at 630 signatures. It was at less than 50 when I signed last night and around 100 or so when I went to bed.

    Please keep sharing and signing, websleuths! We have a real opportunity to make a difference here.

    http://www.change.org/petitions/nia...aign=share_facebook_mobile&recruiter=13732046

    Thank-you!!

    Please share the link on Facebook as well!!

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    Hamsterdance New Member

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    My goodness, one would think that a DNA test would be done if only as a human dignity. What possible reason is there to refuse?
     
  12. meanmaryjean

    meanmaryjean Verified RN (Pediatrics Specialty)

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    Good night! WHY in the world would DNA not be done? What possible reason could there be?
     
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    It makes no sense not to. From the newspaper article:

    I checked out what I think is the site they are referring to: http://www.missing-u.ca/Default.aspx WARNING- GRAPHIC IMAGES

    So sad, so many unclaimed missing people. You'd think reuniting them with their loved ones would be more of a priority. If cost is a factor, I'm sure there would be no problem raising the money.
     
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    It really makes me wonder if some of the other unidentified remains may be the other boys- even if they were found on completely different dates. They could have washed ashore at different times, and different locations.
     
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    Today is the 19th anniversary of the day the 6 Pickering Lost Boys went missing.

    http://www.mysteriesofcanada.com/Ontario/lost_boys_of_pickering.htm

    Their names are:

    Jay Boyle, 17, and his friends Chad Smith, 18, Robbie Rumboldt, 17, Jamie Lefebvre, 17, Michael Cummins, 17 and Danny Higgins, 16

    A current new article has revealed a possible new clue, at long last:

    http://toronto.ctvnews.ca/family-ma...oys-case-point-to-possible-new-clue-1.1731005

    An article from last year, marking the 18th anniversary at that time:

    http://www.durhamregion.com/news-st...re-for-six-that-went-missing-on-lake-ontario/

    Please help the families find some answers and sign the petition below requesting DNA testing on the bodies of 2 males discovered in the Niagara Region back in 1998! One of them was wearing the same type of matching red Levi jeans as one of the missing boys, Jay Boyle. We have a chance to make a difference.

    http://www.change.org/petitions/niagara-regional-police-dna-testing-on-human-remains

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    musicaljoke Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for posting the pictures of the boys. It's been a long time for these families.
     

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