PRINCE GEORGE, BC: Ronald (Ronnie), wife Doreen and children Russell (9 years) and Ryan (4 years), were last heard from during the early morning of August 2nd, 1989 when Ronnie called his mother in the Burns Lake area.
It is believed that shortly after that phone call, the family departed their home on Strathcona Avenue in Prince George and have never been seen since. More details of the disappearance can be found on the Canada’s Missing website.
Serious Crime investigators with the Prince George RCMP are seeking to speak to an individual that reached out during this investigation. This anonymous person provided information to a third party by telephone and then regular mail.
The third party then provided that information to police. Investigators are requesting this person contact them directly.
“We would like to speak to this individual in order to gain greater clarity and insight into the information that was provided”, says Staff Sergeant Kent MacNeill, in charge of the Prince George RCMP’s Serious Crime Section.
“Every bit of information we receive has the potential to further this investigation.”
The investigation has been thorough and exhaustive over the past three decades. The Prince George RCMP know there are individuals that have information about this disappearance that have never come forward.
Police would like to take this opportunity to reach out to those persons and ask that they come forward to speak with investigators.
“The disappearance of the Jack family has greatly impacted many for nearly three decades, but none more than their family and friends” says Cpl. Craig Douglass, spokesperson for the Prince George RCMP. “Having information about what may have happened to the Jack family must weight heavy on anyone with it.
Please come forward and help provide some much needed answers to this mystery.”
If you have any information about Ronald, Doreen, Russell and Ryan Jack or what happened to them, please contact the Prince George RCMP at (250)561-3300 or anonymously contact Crime Stoppers at 1(800)222-8477 or online at http://www.pgcrimestoppers.bc.ca (English only).
Written and released by Prince George RCMP.
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