The two men behind Please Bring Me Home, a civilian organization that looks into missing persons cold cases in Grey Bruce will be on national television Saturday night.
Nick Oldrieve and Matthew Nopper are scheduled to air on CTV's investigative journalism show W5 on October 5th at 7 p.m. ET
Oldrieve says on the show, they'll go over a number of cases in the area they are working on. Their most recent search effort was focused last weekend on looking for the remains of Lois Hanna who went missing from the Kincardine area in 1988.
Roughly 200 people came out to comb through an area about the size of half a concession but Oldrieve says they found nothing of significance.
Oldrieve and Nopper have also been searching for the whereabouts or remains of Lisa Maas, Neil McDougall, Joe Moore, Shawn Jones, Leslie Jones, and Kristina Rhodes, all of whom were from the Grey Bruce area.
Their organization recently also helped find both the remains of 20 year old Nolan Panchyshyn of Southampton and 55 year old Terry Schope of Owen Sound.
Oldrieve says a large part of what they do is receive tips about cold cases and investigate them.
He says you should contact your local OPP if you know something about a case or go through Crime Stoppers, but adds, "If for whatever reason, you're not going to do that, then reach out to us through Please Bring Me Home on Facebook or send us an email at email@example.com or on the pleasebringmehome.com website.