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Bonnie Pearl Polwarth
Missing since March 15, 1995 from Brandon, Manitoba, Canada
Classification: Missing

Vital Statistics

Circumstances of Disappearance
Bonnie Polwarth went missing on March 15, 1995 from Brandon, Manitoba.
At the time of her disappearance she was a ward of Brandon Mental Health Centre and it is believed that she walked out of the facility on her own the day of her disappearance.
She did not have a history of any drug use however she had been on medication in the past for depression. According to family members, she drank alcohol but not in excess.
All of her family were from the Brandon area, however her brother and her father lived in Alberta.
The investigation has not revealed any clues to her disappearance. Some family members believe that she may have drowned herself in the flood that Brandon experienced in 1995.
Some family members believe her ex husband who is now deceased may have killed her, however those close to him feel that this was not possible.
She may be alive and living somewhere else, however, as she had two young children at the time she went missing, family members do not believe that she would have walked away from them.

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

Brandon Police Service Cold Case Unit
Or Crime Stoppers
1-800-222-TIPS (8477)

Agency Case Number: MB30011 1995-865

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