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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-06-2016, 03:29 PM Thread Starter
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I am the lead investigator in the missing person case of Jonathan Jette and Rachael Bagnall who went missing while hiking/scrambling in the Saxifrage and Cassiope area north of Pemberton and Mount Currie in September of 2010. Their vehicle was located on the Spetch Creek FSR however despite an extensive search, no sign of the couple was located. I would ask anyone hiking or climbing in the area to keep an eye out for any sign of the couple. If you see anything that might be of interest, (none of their gear was ever recovered), please contact the Pemberton RCMP at (604) 894-6126 or by email at [email protected]c.gc.ca. You can also go to www.canadasmissing.ca[/url] for further info and photos.


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Staff Sergeant Steve LeClair
Whistler Pemberton RCMP
(604) 905-1965
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Glad you are still on the case, Staff Sergeant Steve LeClair. This has been a mysterdy, and I hope something is found on what happened to them and then family could find some kind of closure.

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We saw the posted signs when we went up last year and given that there was nearly no snow pack took some effort to see if we could find old gear, backpack or anything. Sadly we saw nothing on the standard regular approaches on either Saxifrage or Cassiope. What was the weather like when they went missing? Did they have clear weather or encounter white out conditions? Wondering if they would have deviated significantly from the standard ascents, it would be very easy to get off route in that terrain.
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