Prince George RCMP Seeking Information in 30-Year-Old Disappearance of B.C. Family

Friday, August 3, 2018
Michelle Ghoussoub
CBC News

On Aug 2, 1989, Ronald and Doreen Jack and their two children disappeared on their way to new jobs in a logging camp. The Jacks lived in Prince George, B.C. Now almost three decades later, the Prince George RCMP is looking for a tipster who gave information to a third party about the family's disappearance. The third party then passed the information along to the RCMP.

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