SHELLY ANN BACSU, 16, Missing since May 3, 1983

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  1. WhyaDuck?

    WhyaDuck? Inactive

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    Shelly-Ann Bacsu, 16, was last seen on May 3, 1983 near Hinton, Alta. She was walking home along Highway 16 and is on the Highway of Tears list.

    Shelly was last seen walking towards her home. Nobody has seen or heard from her since. She has freckles and a small scar on her forehead. She is affected by rheumatoid arthritis and has a hearing impairment.

    http://www.globaltvcalgary.com/money/story.html?id=2331887

    http://ca.missingkids.com/missingki...RCMP&seqNum=1&caseLang=en_CA&searchLang=en_CA

    http://www.theprovince.com/news/cas...upert+linked/4290922/story.html#ixzz1EGooLhDz

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    WhyaDuck? Inactive

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    http://www2.canada.com/nanaimodailynews/news/story.html?id=2334742
     
  4. rosario

    rosario New Member

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    Bumping ..
     
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    Giving a bump for Shelly. Imo there's a very good reason why she's included in the Highway of Tears... en route.
     
  6. Moonwalker9

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    Only 4 replies for this thread? This is one of the most famous missimng person cases in canada and one of the cases that started my interest in missing persons back in the 90's when I first read of it.

    I always wondered about her boyfriend that she just started seeing, was it verified that she left his house and if so was it verified that witnesses saw her getting abducted while walkning home on the highway.

    PS. she is not believed to be a victim of the highway of tears killings.
     
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    There were supposed witnesses that spotted her walking Westbound, past the town limits of Hinton. She allegedly was approached by a blue van with BC plates. Sadly, her clothing, and schoolbooks were located by the Athabasca River, which would have been past the route she were to take to go home. I had also heard rumors of her clothing containing traces of blood on them, but I cannot recall exact details. I hope the family will get closure before they pass away.
     
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    Here is something more current.

    http://www.hintonparklander.com/2013/05/03/shelly-anne-still-missing-after-30-years
     
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    Her disappearance is no longer considered part of the Highway of Tears cases.

    "16 year old grade-nine student Shelly Anne Bacsu was last seen on May 3, 1983. The case is still unsolved but RCMP no longer believe she is part of B.C.’s Highway of Tears Murders."

    source: https://newswire.net/newsroom/financial/73453-30th-anniversary-shelly-anne-bacsu-missing-person-case.html
     
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    Fresh initiative to locate these missing women, also posting on the other mp threads.
    http://edmontonjournal.com/news/crime/rcmp-to-update-three-cold-case-homicides-monday-afternoon
    January 22 2018
    rbbm.
     

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