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#41 FawltyVic

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Posted 08 May 2022 - 10:35 PM

Another case without any sign of a resolve in the archives. Could this be officially solved?


Frank Hong (44)

Found: Wednesday, May 31, 1972 - just after 8:05 am


Hong was found deceased in a tiny back office by then Saanich alderman Ed Lum inside Hong's business Rainbow Fish Co. wholesale store at 560 Fisgard.


Hong had been shot between the eyes and killed instantly by a single bullet from a .38 calibre weapon. Hong was discovered laying on one side.


The back door was found to be forced. The back door faced the Chinese Hospital at 555 Herald Street. The front door was unlocked.


Rainbow Fish Co. was opened by Hong's grandfather 50 years previous and was passed over to Hong in the mid-1960s after his grandfather's death. Hong had renamed the shop from the original "Hong Hop Yick".


Hong was born and educated in Victoria. He spent all his working life at the store.

Hong was part of the Victoria Chinatown Lions Club and the Chinese Masonic Society.

Edited by FawltyVic, 08 May 2022 - 11:03 PM.

#42 Nparker

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Posted 08 May 2022 - 11:13 PM

If he had lived, that delivery
boy would 76 now.

#43 FawltyVic

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Posted 08 May 2022 - 11:28 PM

If he had lived, that delivery
boy would 76 now.

It was reported a youth admitted during interview of beating Down to rob him of the $22 or $26 dollars (I can't remember) he had in his wallet. The police couldn't corroborate the youth's story. No charges were laid.

Edited by FawltyVic, 08 May 2022 - 11:53 PM.

#44 pontcanna

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Posted 08 June 2022 - 06:07 PM

New Photos Released Of Missing Esquimalt Indigenous Woman Belinda Cameron


Date: Wednesday, June 8, 2022 - File: #2005-2771


Victoria, BC – VicPD Historical Case Review Unit (HCRU) investigators have released previously unshared photos of missing Esquimalt Indigenous woman Belinda Cameron and her daughters as we mark the 17th anniversary of Belinda’s disappearance.


Belinda Cameron is confirmed to have been last seen on May 11th, 2005. Belinda was last seen at Esquimalt’s Shoppers Drug Mart in the 800-block of Esquimalt Road that day. Belinda was reported missing nearly a month later, on June 4th, 2005. Officers conducted an extensive investigation and a series of searches for Belinda. She has not been found.


Belinda’s disappearance is considered suspicious and investigators believe that Belinda was the victim of foul play. Her disappearance continues to be investigated as a homicide.


At the time of her disappearance, Belinda was a 42-year-old Indigenous woman who stood five feet, eight inches tall with a medium to large build, and weighed approximately 170 pounds. Belinda had long, dark brown hair that she wore parted in the middle, and dark brown eyes. She wore silver-framed glasses.


Belinda is mom to two young women, now grown, who were young girls at the time of her disappearance.


Cameron1.jpgBelinda reading to one of her daughters



Belinda holding one of her daughters before she disappeared



Belinda holding one of her young daughters



Belinda posing with one of her young daughters a short time before she disappeared


Belinda’s daughters are now young women who are seeking to understand where their mother is today. Our detectives remain committed to bringing closure to Belinda’s family and believe that somebody knows what happened to Belinda.


If you have any information on where Belinda Ann Cameron may be, or what may have happened to her, you are asked to call our Historical Case Review Unit Office as 250-995-7390 or email our Historical Case Review Unit investigators at HCRU@Vicpd.ca.


To report what you know anonymously, please call  Greater Victoria Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.




#45 Mike K.

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Posted 09 June 2022 - 07:17 AM

Jack radio has decided that the woman was the victim of a homicide when they read out their news update today on VicPD’s photo release.

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#46 pontcanna

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Posted 26 June 2022 - 10:47 PM

Community marches for Lisa Young 20 years after she went missing in Nanaimo

 Jun. 26, 2022
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Today marked a sombre anniversary for those wanting to know what happened to Lisa Young, a missing Nanaimo woman.

In June of 2002 the 21-year-old went missing.
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“Because it’s 20 years it feels like it’s even more important to try and get justice and to raise awareness and to get together,” said Cyndy Hall, who organized the march.
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“There are still people coming forward. None of that has broken the case wide open but it’s like putting together a big puzzle so every time someone comes in and talks to us and gives us a little bit more with that puzzle it helps us along,” said Cpl. Markus Muntener, with Nanaimo RCMP.

Lisa Marie Young was out at a bar with friends on June 30, 2002 before going to a house party. She left with a man in a Jaguar before calling a friend back at the party.

What happened then to Lisa is a mystery though investigators soon believe she met with foul play though they’ve never found her remains.

Just this week investigative journalist Laura Palmer released a new episode to her podcast called Where is Lisa? In it, she names and sheds new light on Chris Adair. He was driving the red Jaguar.
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Chris Adair
Adair was one of the last people known to be with Lisa the night she went missing. He’s been living outside of North America for years.

You can listen to the new episode here: https://podcasts.app...i=1000567240343


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