Canada Missing Montreal boy: father wants special squad

20:37  12 april  2018
20:37  12 april  2018 Source:   MSN

Police search for missing 14-year-old girl

  Police search for missing 14-year-old girl Police are asking the public to help them locate Isaora Thaisa Tavares Assuncao, 14, who went missing in Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension April 12.She is five feet seven inches tall, weighs 130 pounds, has brown hair and eyes, and speaks French. Her family fears for her safety.

A man whose son has been missing for more than a week desperately wants to meet the woman who told Montreal police she saw a boy matching his description.

The boy 's father said that he still has hope his son will be found alive and believes he was kidnapped. Kouakou said the family harbours no ill will toward anyone involved — they simply want their son back. Still no trace of missing Montreal boy as search continues.

MONTREAL - The father of a boy who has been missing for exactly a month is asking Montreal Mayor Valerie Plante and police to set up a squad that would specialize in investigating abductions.

Kouadio Frederic Kouakou told a news conference today he is still convinced his son Jeffrey Ariel will be found.

The 10-year-old disappeared on March 12 when he left his house to visit a friend and never returned home.

Police say they believe the boy fell into a river and drowned, while his father insists he was abducted.

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Another person at the news conference was Michel Surprenant, whose 16-year-old daughter Julie disappeared in 1999 and has never been found.

Surprenant says it is important to highlight the one-month anniversary of a disappearance because families are alone and distraught as media attention diminishes.

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