|Disappeared||July 3, 1960|
|Missing for||60 years|
Edna "Bette-Jean" Masters was a toddler who disappeared in 1960.
On July 3, 1960, police received a report of a lost child in the Red Lake area, 45 miles Northwest of Kamloops, British Columbia. 21-month-old Edna Bette-Jean Masters, known to the family as Bette-Jean, was last seen playing with family and friends at a friend's residence.
- An oval-shaped burn scar on her upper left arm,
- A slightly bent ear lobe
- Curly blonde hair
- Blue eyes.
- A pink short-sleeved shirt
- White socks
- Pink faded overalls
- A green bonnet with white frills.