The family of Michael Dunahee, who disappeared more than 21 years ago in one of B.C.'s most infamous missing child cases, has issued a new age-enhanced image of their son.
The new picture is an estimate of what Dunahee would look like as a 26-year-old man, more than two decades after he vanished without a trace from a the playground of Victoria's Blanshard Elementary School on March 4, 1991.
He was last seen wearing a blue-hooded jacket with red lining and red cuffs, a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles T-shirt, multi-coloured rugby pants and blue sneakers.
Michael's parents, Crystal and Bruce Dunahee, have never given up hope of finding their son and last year launched a website, Michael Dunahee (external - login to view), containing photos and video of Michael, and a link to submit tips.
The four-year-old boy's disappearance saw police conduct one of the largest searches for a missing child in Canadian history and Dunahee's parents helped put in place the Amber Alert system now used for missing children.
But despite more than 10,000 tips, police are no closer to solving the case, which remains active.
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