Found Deceased Canada- Holly Jean Cooper, 36, & Lucas Robert Cooper, 3, last seen on Ruth Falls Road (Sheet Harbour area) N.S., 24 Feb '24, *Believed on foot*

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''The Nova Scotia RCMP is asking for the public’s help in locating a missing woman and child last seen in the Sheet Harbour area.

Police say Holly Jean Cooper, 36, and three-year-old Lucas Robert Cooper were last seen on Ruth Falls Road in Ruth Falls around 2 a.m. Saturday.

Holly is described as five-foot-one inches tall and 145 pounds. She has brown hair and blue eyes.

She was last seen wearing black or grey pants and a grey shirt.

Police say Lucas is about three-feet tall and has black curly hair and brown eyes.

No clothing description for Lucas is available.

Police believe the pair is on foot.''
 
February 27, 2024
''Ruth Falls, Nova Scotia
''RCMP Halifax Regional Detachment is asking for the public's assistance in locating 36-year-old Holly Jean Cooper and 3-year-old Lucas Robert Cooper.
They were last seen on Ruth Falls Rd. in Ruth Falls (Sheet Harbour area) at about 2 a.m. on Saturday, February 24.
Holly Cooper has brown hair and blue eyes. She's approximately 5-foot-1, 145 pounds. When last seen, she was wearing black or grey pants and a grey shirt.
Lucas Cooper has black curly hair and brown eyes. He's approximately 3-feet. No clothing description is available.
The pair is believed to be on foot.
When people go missing, it has deep and far-reaching impacts for the individuals and those who know them. We ask that people spread the word through social media respectfully.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Holly Cooper and Lucas Cooper is asked to contact police at 902-490-5020. If you wish to remain anonymous, call Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers, toll-free, at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), submit a secure web tip at www.crimestoppers.ns.ca, or use the P3 Tips App.''
 
''He said the woman's body was discovered on Tuesday morning on the shoreline of a body of water, roughly 100 metres from where she was last seen. Shortly after, the body of the boy was found nearby.

"The terrain is very rugged and the embankment of the body of water is up to 80 feet high," said Tremblay, adding that the steepness of the cliff made search efforts challenging.

Deaths not suspicious​

He said ground search and rescue teams were assisted by a police dog team, helicopter and the Canadian Coast Guard.

"We've had rain storms over the weekend, so the level of water and the snow melt and ice, those are all factors for searchers, it makes it harder to search," he said.

Police said the deaths are not believed to be suspicious, but the investigation is ongoing''
 
''He said the woman's body was discovered on Tuesday morning on the shoreline of a body of water, roughly 100 metres from where she was last seen. Shortly after, the body of the boy was found nearby.

"The terrain is very rugged and the embankment of the body of water is up to 80 feet high," said Tremblay, adding that the steepness of the cliff made search efforts challenging.

Deaths not suspicious​

He said ground search and rescue teams were assisted by a police dog team, helicopter and the Canadian Coast Guard.

"We've had rain storms over the weekend, so the level of water and the snow melt and ice, those are all factors for searchers, it makes it harder to search," he said.

Police said the deaths are not believed to be suspicious, but the investigation is ongoing''
So the deaths were natural?
 
Moo....there has been very ugly weather out there, so it could have been an accidental slip or ?
That’s tragic, both her and the child…and odd that they were seen at 2 am. An overnight camping trip, I guess.
 
That’s tragic, both her and the child…and odd that they were seen at 2 am. An overnight camping trip, I guess.
Moo....I don't think so. It is not camping weather out there. Maybe they left a residence for some reason, and were going home? Or maybe there was no home to go to?
 
but it would be murder of Lucas before her own suicide IMO so both ruled out

maybe he slipped into water and she went after him to try to rescue him
That’s a good point. That would explain a lot. There have been a few stories I’ve seen about people who drown trying to save their dogs who fall into water. Absolutely possible with a child as well.
 
That’s a good point. That would explain a lot. There have been a few stories I’ve seen about people who drown trying to save their dogs who fall into water. Absolutely possible with a child as well.

yes I've seen several cases of people who tried to save their child or spouse as well
 

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