COURTENAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Sept. 7, 2011) -

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The Comox Valley RCMP Detachment and the Missing Children Society of Canada will be holding a joint press conference on the ongoing investigation into the disappearance of Lindsey Nicholls.

Lindsey disappeared on August 2, 1993 at the young age of 14 years old. She was last seen walking down a country road near Courtenay. The press conference is scheduled for September 12th – Lindsey's 33rd birthday.

Representatives from the RCMP and MCSC will discuss the ongoing investigations into Lindsey's disappearance. Lindsey's mother, Judy Peterson, will also be in attendance to speak to her family's journey.

MCSC will showcase a live demonstration of a ground-breaking new technology in the search for missing children. The demonstration will mark the first-ever use of this new technology.

General public and community partners are welcome to attend.


Monday, September 12, 2011

2:00 pm

Westerley Hotel, "Courtenay Room"

1590 Cliffe Avenue

Courtenay, BC


  • Sgt. Paul West, RCMP
  • Amanda Pick, Executive Director, MCSC
  • Ted Davis, Investigator, MCSC
  • Judy Peterson, mother of Lindsey Nicholls

Since 1986, the Missing Children Society of Canada has been reuniting missing children with their searching families through professional investigations, public awareness and family support programs. MCSC's team of former police detectives and trained investigators work closely with law enforcement while conducting frontline, hands-on investigative and search activities.

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Contact Information:

Missing Children Society of Canada
Amanda Pick
Executive Director

Comox Valley Detachment, RCMP
Sgt. Paul West