In this article, we will talk about an old case that is currently trending online. Woman missing for 12 years discovered on rural property According to police, the remains of a Canadian woman missing for 12 years have been discovered on a rural farm. The remains belonging to Madison “Maddy” Scott, who had been missing for 12 years, were discovered east of Vanderhoof, central British Columbia (BC). According to an RCMP statement from May 29 obtained by Newsweek, the identity of the deceased has been verified by the BC Coroners Service, and police are currently executing a search warrant at a remote location about Prince George is about 50 miles west.
The disappearance of Madison Scott
We can confirm that the property was linked to the discovery of Maddy, who was positively identified by the BC Coroners Service, according to Cpl. Madonna Saunderson. Once notified, Scott’s family requested privacy at this time. There are still many ways to help families. The RCMP has made this investigation a priority for the past 12 years. While Maddy’s discovery is a major development, this investigation is still ongoing and the possibility of foul play remains. According to her, no arrests have been made in connection with Scott’s disappearance. According to Canada’s Missing, a government database that compiles information on missing people across the country, 13,561 people were reported missing in BC in 2021. 5,249,635 people called British Columbia home during the year there.
In Canada, a country with an estimated population nine times smaller than the United States, 31,240 people were reported missing that year. According to the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System, there are 23,225 active missing persons cases in the US and 34,050 of those cases have been marked as resolved. Scott was last seen at Hogsback Lake, where she was celebrating a friend’s birthday, at approximately 3 a.m. on May 28, 2011, which is when her disappearance was initially reported. The place where her bones were found is not too far from the lake.
In a statement released by the RCMP on May 28, they said: “Madison was a vivacious, free-spirited, dedicated and kind person. In her free time, Madison spends time with family and friends, playing hockey, softball, and taking photography. Madison will turn 32 years old this year. She may even have gotten married and had children, and she’ll probably be completely passionate about her profession. Madison’s family was unable to witness her growth into a wife, mother, and aunt. Justice and resolution belong to Madison and her family. So this is all about this case. So stay tuned for PKB news.