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Case File 1266DFON

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Lisa Leona Maas
Missing since July 17, 1988 from Woodford, Ontario, Canada.
Classification: Endangered Missing


Vital Statistics


Circumstances of Disappearance
Maas was last seen on July 17, 1988, after leaving a party in Woodford. She was looking forward to the birth of her child. She had never previously left the Grey-Bruce area without contacting her parents and she was on good terms with them. She also was in constant contact with a large circle of friends.
On the morning before her disappearance, Maas had a big fight with her boyfriend, who is not a suspect, ending their six-month relationship.

Her car was found two days later stuck in mud on an impassable bush lane used by farmers to check their fields. The car was hidden from view on a side road about one kilometer southeast of Annan. The car's doors and trunk lid were found open. The contents of the car were strewn about and one window was partially down. Maas' driver's license was found in the tall grass along side road 24 a few kilometers southeast of Annan. This was a different road from the one on which her car was found.
Searches failed to turn up any clues.

Over the years police have sifted freshly laid road gravel, rappelled down crevices and wells, searched by air, land and water over and over again. Still, her body has never been found.

The last person to see her, a male companion, left with her from the party to retrieve her car at his home. He said that he saw Maas climb into her green 1976 Plymouth Fury and drive away at about 4:30 a.m that day.
Maas knew the area around Leith, Annan and Woodford well. She wouldn't have taken her car down a bush road more suited for a tractor in the middle of the night. 

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Rings she may have been wearing. Image of mouse tattoo. Vehicle image.


Investigators
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:

OPP Grey Detachment
519-376-3433

Agency Case Number: 20060168

Source Information:
The Toronto Star
OPP
Owen Sound Sun Times
Ontario Missing Adults


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