The parents of Happy Charles are frustrated with the lack of tips, leads and information, which may help solve their daughter’s disappearance.
Sunday will mark the fifth anniversary she went missing, but also another awareness walk.
“Well, probably frustration still, in terms of we haven’t gotten any closer, or any other answers yet,” said Carson Poitras. Regina Poitras described having “no closure.”
The 43-year-old woman from La Ronge was last seen in Prince Albert on April 3, 2017.
Surveillance video indicates she had been in the area of Prince Albert Collegiate Institute High School on 20th Street West.
A number of ground searches have been conducted in Prince Albert and the surrounding area by volunteers.
In September 2020, the family erected a billboard, seeking public tips on the whereabouts of Charles. Walter Poitras said that some leads are relayed to police investigators.
“Since we put the billboards up, we’ve been getting a few more. And every tip we take seriously and we follow it through and even if it takes us halfway across the country,” explained Carson.
A memorial walk will commence Sunday starting at 11AM at the Prince Albert Collegiate Institute to the Prince Albert Grand Council Office.