32 years after Michael Dunahee disappeared, Victoria run keeps hope alive
The memory of Michael Dunahee still resonates in the hearts and minds of Greater Victoria residents.
The annual Michael Dunahee Keep the Hope Alive five-kilometre walk/run takes place on Sunday at 10 a.m. at the Esquimalt Recreation Centre. The event is inspired by the four-year-old boy who disappeared from the playground at Blanshard Elementary School on March 24, 1991.
It is being held to raise funds for Child Find B.C. Michael’s family has moved the event to a virtual platform and is inviting those form near and far to participate.
“Please join us once again for this family event in person or from where ever you wish to participate,” says the Facebook event page.
On Friday, the 32nd anniversary of the child’s disappearance, Victoria police issued a news release saying investigators continue to work on the case.
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