Vehicle of missing Alberta couple seen in Prince George - Macleans.ca
 

Vehicle of missing Alberta couple seen in Prince George

Couple has been missing since July 10


 

A Hyundai Tucson belonging to Lyle and Marie McCann, a missing Alberta couple, has been spotted in the Prince George, B.C. area. RCMP are now requesting to speak for a second time to the couple who reported seeing the vehicle. The McCanns left St. Albert, Alberta on July 3, heading for B.C. They were supposed to meet their daughter at the airport in Abbotsford on July 10, but never arrived. Later, the motorhome they had been driving with the Tucson in tow was found burned at the Minnow Lake campground near Edson, Alta.

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Vehicle of missing Alberta couple seen in Prince George

  1. Does this mean Canada was not restricting access to these weapons-making materials already? Please tell me we were restricting access already.

  2. Yeah, that'll stop them. We won't sell them goods they weren't buying from us.

  3. nobody is going to wake up until one of our allies dissapears in a mushroom cloud are we?

  4. This is not going to end well. I would guess these poor folks ran into a very bad person (s).

  5. So every body are looking for,searching for this green Tucson,right? But for all the tv interviews I've watched, including national programs like CBC National,CTV News and all that ,none of them display the vehicle's license plate numbers.