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Friday, March 8, 2019

Case Reopened For Missing Woman

Grey Bruce | by Claire McCormack  

OPP have reopened the case of Kristina Rhodes who went missing from Southampton in 1991.

The case of Southampton woman Kristina Rhodes who went missing in 1991 has been reopened by the OPP and is also being investigated by a local civilian team.

OPP Detective Inspector Scott Moore says provincial police have taken on Rhodes' case at the request of Hanover Police Chief Christopher Knoll. A picture of Rhodes has not yet been released.

Meanwhile, Please Bring Me Home founder Nick Oldrieve, whose organization investigates tips into missing persons cold cases tells Bayshore Broadcasting News he and his partner Matthew Nopper are encouraging the public to submit tips to the OPP, Crime Stoppers, and if they're not comfortable with that, to pleasebringmehome.com

Oldrieve says Rhodes was last seen walking from Southampton, heading to Hanover on October 18th 1991, and as far as family and friends know, she has not been heard from since.

Oldrieve says roughly two months before her disappearance, Rhodes had given birth and to a baby girl who was then adopted.

According to Oldrieve, 27 years later, Rhodes' daughter wants to know what happened to her biological mother Kristina.

Rhodes was in foster care herself. She was roughly 18 when she went missing and her foster family is still hoping for answers.

Anyone who may have seen or heard anything about what happened to Rhodes can contact the OPP, Crime Stoppers or leave a tip online at pleasebringmehome.com

Oldrieve and Nopper are also looking into the disappearances of Lisa Maas from the Woodford area in 1988, Lois Hanna also in 1988, Neil Macdougal in Ayton in 1985 and Joe Moore in Kincardine in 2005.

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