OPP search for leads in 37-year missing person case
Child disappeared from Calabogie area
Posted By Debbie Robinson
Posted 2 days ago
Almost 37 years ago Adrien McNaughton, was five and a half years old when he disappeared during a family fishing trip near Calabogie.
Now the Ontario Provincial Police is utilizing an age enhanced photo in efforts to bring a conclusion to this missing person investigation which has been open since 1972.
Adrien McNaughton, of Arnprior, went missing on June 12, 1972 during an evening fishing trip with his father Murray and three siblings. The age enhanced photo depicts an adult male, with a receding hair line. He was born in 1966, and would be 42 years old today if he is alive.
Adrien and his family were fishing on Holmes Lake near Calabogie when he wandered into a wooded area. An extensive search was conducted, but no trace of the boy was located.
At the time of his disappearance he had blond hair, brown eyes and a scar over his left eye.
He was wearing an orange stripped shirt, jeans, a blue nylon parka and running shoes.
The first photo below shows Adrien as he appeared near the time of his disappearance.
The second image is an artist’s age enhancement of Adrien as he may appear now.
More information on this case can be seen at www.opp.ca and clicking on the New Missing Persons/Unidentified Remains Pages. Refer to file # 20060085.
Tips or information on this case can be given to the OPP at 613-432-3211, or 1-877-934-6363.http://www.thedailyobserver.ca/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1605129