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Cold Case Update: new age progression sketch of missing child Cameron March released


May 25, National Missing Children’s Day, reminds us not to give up the search for missing children in Canada

  • March went missing in 1975 at the age of four in North Burlington, Ontario 
  • His father Gerry, now in his 80s, still holds onto hope for closure 
  • A forensic age progression sketch shows what Cameron may look like today, age 52.

Vancouver, B.C. — On May 7, 1975, 4-year-old Cameron March vanished in while playing near his family home on Blind Line Road in North Burlington, Ontario.

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Cameron March went missing age 4 from North Burlington, Ontario.

Despite the efforts of hundreds of volunteer searchers and the RCMP, Cameron has never been seen again over 50 years later.His father Gerry, now in his 80s, now has renewed hope in finding his son thanks to a new age progression sketch revealing how Cameron would look today, age 52. 

Recover Agency, a founded by Private Investigator Anna J. James, worked with non-profit Please Bring Me Home to coordinate the sketch by UK-based forensic artist, Tim Widden. 

“As we’ve seen in the cases of Jeffrey Dupres and Charles Horvath-Allan, an age progression sketch renews public interest and reminds the family that people still care about their missing son, and will not stop looking.” said Anna J. James.

The sketch’s launch, on May 25, coincides with National Missing Children’s Day.

If you have any information regarding March’s whereabouts or knowledge about his disappearance in 1975, please contact:

Halton Regional Police Service in Oakville, Ontario on 905-825-4777 or

Please Bring Me Home anonymous tip line.

Media Contact:

Rowan Dunne
Licensed Private Investigator
Recover Agency