Sunday, November 14, 2010
When God calls little Children
To dwell with him above,
We Mortals sometimes question
The wisdom of his love.
For no heartache compares
With the death of one small child,
Who does so much to make our world
Be wonderful and mild.
Perhaps God tires of calling
The age of his fold,
So he picks the rosebuds
Before it can grow old.
God knows how much we need them
And so he takes but a few,
To make the land of Heaven
More beautiful to view.
Believing this is difficult
Still somehow we must try,
The saddest word mankind knows
Will always be GOODBYE
So when a little child departs
We who are left behind,
Must realize God loves children
For Angels are hard to find.
CIB UNSOLVED CASES
MISSING PERSONS UNIDENTIFIED - OPP SITE
OTHER CASE INFORMATION TO LOOK AT
CIB Unsolved Investigation - unsolved enquête
Investigation - enquête: #1988092/1988 Date: July 19, 1988
http://www.opp.ca/cibui/html/displaycase.php?id=18 (RINGS,ARTICLES TO LOOK AT)
Victims - Victimes
MAAS, Lisa 22/F
Lisa MAAS was a 22 year old woman at the time of her disappearance. She was a petite, girl, 4’10” in height and weighed 96 lbs. She had blonde hair and hazel eyes. Lisa MAAS 22 ans / de sexe féminin Lisa MAAS avait 22 ans au moment de sa disparition. Lisa était une jeune fille menue, mesurant 4 pi 10 po, et pesant 96 lb. Elle avait les cheveux blonds et les yeux noisette.
Details of Investigation - Détails d'enquête
On Friday 15 July 1988, Lisa MAAS spent the night at the residence of a friend. Lisa was ending a relationship and decided to move back home with her parents. On Saturday 16 July 1988 Lisa MAAS telephoned her father and arranged for him to bring his pick up truck to her apartment in Owen Sound. Lisa and her father removed her belongings. Lisa and her father returned to her parent’s home in where they unloaded her property. Lisa went out to visit friends on the evening of 16 July 1988. She was at a bar known as the Harbour Inn located on 8th Street East, Owen Sound and later at Bartholomew’s Bar at the Company Motor Inn located on 6th Street in Owen Sound. While at Bartholomew’s Lisa, and her friends were told about a party being held at a home in Woodford, Ontario, just outside of Owen Sound.Lisa went to the party with friends, after meeting at another person’s residence and leaving her car there. Lisa and her friends arrived at the party at about 3:00 am on Sunday July 17 1988. Lisa stayed about an hour. Lisa was given a ride back to her vehicle. Lisa was observed getting into her 1976 Plymouth Fury bearing Ontario Licence plate # 441 AEW and leaving the property. Lisa has not been seen since.
Later on Sunday 17 July 1988, local residents were walking along a blind road which leads to Slattery’s Mill. Lisa MAAS’ car was found abandoned. The doors were opened including the trunk, and this vehicle was stuck in the mud. They did not report this to the police. On Tuesday 19 July 1988, at around 7:00 am, another person came across the car, This was reported to the police at 9:00 pm on that date. Numerous areas of Sydenham Township have been searched by OPP Search and Rescue teams, the OPP helicopter and OPP canine units. On Saturday, August 13, 1988, a large search was conducted by local civilians, which was coordinated by OPP Search and Rescue members. The driver’s licence belonging to Lisa MAAS was located along the north side of the roadway on Sideroad 24-25 of Sydenham Township. All other searches were ineffectual.Lisa was about 5 months pregnant when she went missing. Lisa had a tattoo of a mouse on her upper right arm. Lisa’s father was a jeweler. Lisa was wearing three distinctive rings that were made for her by her father.
How you can help - Comment vour pouvez aider
Any person who would like to speak with a french speaking officer about this case can call 1-705-329-6330.Toute personne desirant parler a un officier en francais par rapport a ce cas, s'il vous plait contacter le 1 705 329 6330.
Police are reminding the public that this is still an ongoing investigation and anyone with any information is urged to call the OPP. A $50,000 reward has been offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for this murder.The OPP Criminal Investigation Branch and the Grey County OPP Crime Unit are seeking the public's assistance in identifying suspect(s) in this case. 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 (519) 690-2354, their nearest police authority, or your local Crime Stoppers.1-800-222-(TIPS)8477
Lisa Maas Investigation 10/28/2010 - By Steven Starr
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.Constable Steven Starr
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