|Location||Willow River, British Columbia|
|Disappeared||September 9, 1958|
|Missing for||62 years|
Cynthia McLane (commonly known as "Cindy Lou") was a toddler who disappeared from British Columbia in 1958.
At approximately 9:15 am on September 9, 1958, 2-year-old was last seen playing outside of her residence in Willow River, British Columbia. Once it was determined that she was missing, a search ensued. For many days, family members, police, canine units, and approximately 2000 local volunteers aided in searching for the missing girl - including waterways, rail lines, and roadways well beyond where the toddler could have made it on her own - but no trace has ever been found.
Due to the short time window before the search began, there is a strong possibility that Cindy Lou was abducted from the area of her home.
At the time of her disappearance, she was wearing a blue cotton sweater, white blouse, blue corduroy pants, as well as red and white Saddle Oxford shoes. She had a fair complexion, with brown hair and brown eyes.