SOURCE: Missing Children Society of Canada

Missing Children Society of Canada

May 16, 2017 11:00 ET

Ten Missing Children Cases In ten Days: Lindsey Nicholls

CALGARY, AB--(Marketwired - May 16, 2017) - The Missing Children Society of Canada will be highlighting 10 cases leading up to International Missing Children's Day on May 25th with the hope that the public can help provide answers for our searching families.

Lindsey Nicholls had been living in a Comox Valley, B.C. group home when she disappeared in 1993. She was 14 at the time, and after an argument with her foster mother around 10:30 a.m. she left and headed in the direction of Courtenay, where she had some friends. She was last seen walking down a rural country road. All of her belongings and treasures were still in her room.

She has not been seen or heard from since that Aug. 2 day.

Lindsey was 5'3" and 110 to 115 pounds with blonde hair and green eyes. She's Caucasian. When she was last seen, she was wearing white canvas shoes, blue jeans, a silk khaki-coloured shirt and a blue and pink checkered shirt. She is distinguished by the space between her two front teeth.

If you have anything to share about Lindsey Nicholls or her case, contact Comox Valley RCMP at 250-338-1321.

About Missing Children Society of Canada (MCSC)

MCSC is a non-profit organization which provides unique and comprehensive programs to assist and support police and families across Canada and internationally in the active and ongoing search for missing children. Returning missing children to a safe haven through professional investigation, emergency response, public awareness and family support programs. To learn more, visit

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Contact Information

  • Media Contact:
    Michael Ferguson
    Missing Children Society of Canada