On August 5, 1989, three year old Casey Rose Mary Dora Bohun disappeared from her home in North Delta, BC, Canada. The last person to see Casey was her mother, at bedtime the prior evening.
There was no evidence left behind to give investigators any clues as to what may have happened to Casey.
Casey’s mother, Barbara Bohun, joined Alcoholics Anonymous after her daughter’s disappearance, according to investigators. She admitted that she had been drinking on the night Casey went missing.
Barbara’s life continued to be troubled. In the mid-1990s, Barbara’s boyfriend, and suspect in Casey’s case, Jonathan Poile left Bohun to take a job teaching English in Korea, leaving Barb alone to cope with two daughters; Stacy, who was one at the time of Casey’s disappearance, and Shona, who was born the year after.
Both of her daughters were taken by social workers that were concerned over Barbara’s methods of discipline. Stacy was taken into foster care and Shona was sent to live with her father (Jonathan Poile) in South Korea. Barbara Bohun leaped to her death from the Pattullo Bridge in 2001.
In 2015, MCSC received information about an individual that may match Casey’s age-enhancement photo. The tip revealed that Casey may possibly be in the Lower Mainland of Vancouver. Thus far, they have not caught up with the woman tipsters had seen.
Recently, a woman has surfaced online claiming to be Casey Bohun, but this seems to be a sick hoax.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Delta Police Department at (604) 946-4411