The goal of this website is to solicit anonymous tips for the following cold cases: Lisa Maas, Lois Hanna, Neil McDougall and Joe Moore.
Additionally, we also investigate active missing persons cases, however, this is done on a case-by-case basis. For active missing cases, we partner with Bill Bolton of Advanced Tactical Training Search and Rescue.
We have met or spoken with the families of Lisa, Lois, Neil and Joe and are committed to raising awareness and keeping these cases in the public eye. It is true that someone knows something. And sometimes, several people know a piece to the puzzle. We simply need someone to have the courage to finally come forward and speak the truth. If for nothing else, to bring these loved ones home.
All tips will remain anonymous.
If you have a tip, we recommend you contact your local OPP detachment or Crime Stoppers. However, if you prefer to leave us an anonymous tip, please click on the above "Submit Anonymous Tip" button.
Lisa was last seen on the morning of Sunday, July 17th, 1988, leaving a house party in Woodford, Ontario. Although she arrived at the party with a girlfriend and male acquaintance, her girlfriend stayed behind when Lisa left. The male acquaintance left with Lisa. According to his statement, he drove Lisa back to her car and she left for home.
Two days after her disappearance, Lisa's green 1976 Plymouth Fury was found on a blind road running through a farmer's property. The car had been stuck in the mud and there were indications that attempts were made to dislodge the car.
On July 3, 1988, Lois attended the "Celebrate In '88" festival at the Lucknow Arena. She left the arena at 11:45 p.m. and arrived at home at approximately 12:15 on the morning of July 4.
After completing her fashion studies at at Fanshaw College, Lois worked at MacG's in Kincardine. She was reported missing on July 4th after failing to come to work.
According to the police investigation, Lois' car was found parked in her driveway, the television was playing and a half-finished cup of tea sat on her kitchen counter. The pink outfit that she wore to the dance was neatly hung up in her closet. Her purse and keys were in the china cupboard where she always kept them. Missing from her residence was a peach nightgown and matching robe.
On October 12th, 1985, Neil went out after supper. According to his wife, he went to talk with a co-worker who was having marital problems. Subsequent investigation revealed that Neil had gone to the Commercial Hotel in Ayton. Neil then left the hotel with another individual and they met with the co-worker elsewhere. Neil returned to the hotel and left between 1:30 and 1:40 a.m. He was last seen alive at 2 a.m. at a residence on Edmund Street in Ayton.
Neil's 1979 GMC pickup was located the following day near Ayton. While he did not smoke, the ashtray was filled with a number of different brands of cigarette butts. His bank accounts and credit cards have not been accessed since his disappearance. Foul play is strongly suspected. Neil was legally declared dead in 1996.
Joe Moore was last seen on October 31st, 2012 near Jean's Family Restaurant on Sutton Street in Kincardine. Joe was also seen at the Davidson Centre in Kincardine during the same day. At the time of his disappearance, Joe was living at Princess Court on Princess Street, Kincardine.
Approximately a year after Joe went missing, a black coat washed up just north of Boiler Beach at the end of Bruce Avenue. It has not been confirmed if this was in fact, Joe's coat, however, according to Joe's family, the coat did match the one he wore. The family has stated that Joe frequented the trails around the Kincardine area.
Anyone with information is asked to contact us through this website, by email at email@example.com, Crime Stoppers, or the Kincardine OPP.