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CANADA Canada - Nick, 55, & Lisa Masee, 39, North Vancouver, 11 Aug 1994

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    http://globalnews.ca/news/1505081/n...for-20-years-rcmp-continue-to-look-for-clues/

    http://www.bclocalnews.com/news/165462066.html?mobile=true

    http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news...uiet-banker-and-his-chic-wife/article4154929/

     
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    http://doenetwork.org/cases/1088dmbc.html

    " Nicholas Gerard Jacques Masee
    Missing since August 10, 1994 from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
    Classification: Endangered Missing

    Vital Statistics

    Date Of Birth: January 12, 1939
    Age at Time of Disappearance: 55 years old
    Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 170 cm (5'7"); 73 kg (160 lbs)
    Distinguishing Characteristics: White male. Greying blonde hair; blue eyes. He speaks English and Dutch".


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    http://doenetwork.org/cases/1225dfbc.html


    " Lisa Mo Masee
    Missing since August 10, 1994 from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
    Classification: Endangered Missing

    Vital Statistics

    Date Of Birth: August 11, 1955
    Age at Time of Disappearance: 39 years old
    Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 168 cm (5'6"); 58 kg (130 lbs)
    Distinguishing Characteristics: Asian female (Chinese). Black hair; brown eyes.
    Other: Her maiden name is Mo Yin HO. She speaks English and Mandarin."
     
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    dotr Well-Known Member

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    New today..

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/briti...ears-after-mysterious-disappearance-1.2734860


    "Kaban says months after the disappearance, he traced a bank account belonging to the Masees in the Cayman Islands, with more than $100,000 in it.

    "As far as I'm concerned, he's alive and living a really good life with money in his pocket," said Kaban. "I hope they're enjoying themselves but I sure as hell would like to know where they are."

    Kaban says he believes Masee was running from something and the day before the couple went missing, the former banker had attended a funeral and was distraught, saying he would leave town.


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    "Police are appealing for anyone who has seen Nick and Lisa Masee to come forward. (Family photo)

    North Vancouver RCMP Corp. Richard De Jong&#8203; is appealing to the public for help to track down the high-powered couple.

    "Whether it's a conversation, something about them, maybe they talked to them in a small village somewhere, maybe on a beach, maybe just a conversation before they disappeared," said De Jong".
     
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    dotr Well-Known Member

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    Huge updated article, seems like there has been some renewed interest in this case!
    Includes video..

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/briti...ack-on-the-mysterious-disappearance-1.2738150

    "A renewed appeal for information on a 20-year-old missing persons mystery led CBC News to review an old report on the disappearance of North Vancouver businessman Nick Masee and his socialite wife, Lisa.

    Here is the story CBC reported in 1995, a year after the Masees went missing.

    Click on the video icon to watch."



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    "But Pezim's favourite theory is that the Masees were in a witness protection program.

    "I think he's alive and the police know where he his," Pezim said.
    Howe Street, Cayman Island theories

    One fact supporting the witness-in-hiding theory was that Masee had been scheduled to testify in a trial involving a former tennis partner who was accused of stealing $100,000. But police said Masee was only a minor witness.

    Another possibility involved the Pineridge Capital Group scandal, in which millions of dollars went missing when the business collapsed in 1992. Nick Masee had been a personal banker for Harry Moll, who created the Pineridge group, and who later relocated to the Cayman Islands.

    Private investigator Ozzie Kaban, who was hired by Nick Masee Jr. to find his father, said he was also looking beyond Vancouver's centre of investment on Howe Street, and into the local Dutch business community"
     
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    Maybe someone will have a heart and let the families know where these two can be located.
    Of course it is possible that they have started a new life, although it would be hard to imagine they would want to hurt their families like that, unless they thought disappearing was in the best interests of everyone, imo.
    from the link..

    "A statement to News1130 from Nick Masee’s son, Nick Jr.:

    From an overall standpoint, my family and I, as well as Lisa’s family are all pretty realistic here. Identifying that a crime was committed and bringing anyone potentially to justice is a distant second on the priority list. What all of us want first and foremost is to have closure, which may be a tip pointing to where remains could be found. The fact is both families continue to have to live with this painful tragedy."
     
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    Bump...

    My mom was telling me about this case tonight. She worked with Nick Masee for Bank of Montreal when she was just starting out, as we're from the same area. She thinks they're either living in the Caymans, or it was a hit. But she only says that because of what people whispered back in the day when they disappeared. That they were in over their heads, they may have owed a lot of money to loansharks, despite Masee's knowledge about money, they were living well beyond their means.

    Again, all speculation and my mom clarified that this was speculation that wondered about the North Shore in the 90s.
     

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