Missing Man in Vernon, BC – Michael Edward Belliveau, since August 2019


There are a number of missing persons cases on Vancouver Island and three

people missing in Port Alberni since 2016


Missing persons from Port Alberni



Daniel MacDonnell missing from Port Alberni, BC since 2017

Shelly Jean HOFMANN Missing from Port Alberni, BC. 2016

Brandon Cairney missing from Port Alberni, BC since 2017

Missing persons on Vancouver Island

On Vancouver Island there are 10 active investigations listed dating back to 2016 and two historical investigations



Tob Cohen, 71, originally from the Netherlands and living in Kenya for 32 years has been missing since July 20th 2019. The Kenyan wife of the Dutch golf tycoon and former CEO of Philips, Sarah W.K.,51, has been arrested on suspicion of involvement in the disappearance of her husband Tob Cohen.

Sarah K.W. was born in Othaya, Kenya, where she lived next to the former president. She owns various bars and restaurants and has very influential friends.


Possibly Tob Cohen's remains would have been set in concrete at a guesthouse under construction in Othaya, Kenya.

A total of six people have now been arrested on suspicion of involvement in a possible murder of Tob Cohen.

Tob and Sarah own a villa in Nairobi where the police are currently investigating a possible murder of Tob Cohen.



"A day before he went missing, a letter addressed to the Dutch Embassy in Nairobi and signed by his estranged wife indicated that he (Cohen) was battling depression and often picked fights with those around him."





The disappearance of Tob Cohen


Tob Cohen, age 69. Missing in Kenya since July 20th 2019


September 11, 2019

Delegation of Dutch police to Kenya due to disappearance of Tob Cohen




September 1, 2019

Artikel with audio of 21-minute interview with Cohen's wife Sarah





Missing Man in Nakusp, BC – Christopher Sanford, 36 Christopher Sanford is a 36-year-old male who was last seen on August 4, 2019 in Nakusp B.C., at that time his plan was to travel to Kelowna B.C. Christopher Sanford’s vehicle was located abandoned in Fauquier B.C. on August 5, 2019