Family of Missing Elderly Couple Turns to Hunters for Help
Hunters trek out into areas where others do not. They venture into areas that are often undisturbed by humans, sometimes for years. That is what the family of Lyle and Marie McCann are hoping for. Lyle and Marie McCann were last seen last July as they filled their motor-home with fuel. Their motor-home was found engulfed in flames at Minnow Lake campground, about 200 km (124.27 miles) east of Edmonton, Alberta. Lyle and Marie were never found.
This year with every hunting license a leaflet has been included with information about the McCanns, and asks the hunters for help. A billboard with photos and information asks hunters to keep an eye out as well. Their son Bret just wants his parents' information to be fresh in hunters and hikers' minds as they head out. Asking them to report anything suspicious that they may see while they are out in the wilderness. "This could be crucial in solving this mystery,"Bret McCann said. From CNews.com.