|Disappeared||July 31, 1948|
|Missing for||72 years|
June Pauline Stevens (Born July 8, 1930) was a young woman may have travelled abroad.
- Brown hair.
- Blue eyes.
- A thin build.
- A light complexion.
Life Prior to Disappearance
June was born in Cadillac, Saskatchewan to Leonard Etienne Stevens and Anna Oleksuk. June was known to play baseball and worked as a babysitter.
It is suspected June went to Port Alberni, British Columbia to be with her mother or Winnipeg, Manitoba to be with relatives. According to a relative who found old letters, one of the letters claimed June was at the Winnipeg Salvation Army Hospital at one point. Other letters claimed June might've possibly gone to Toronto, Ontario. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) have also considered the possibility that June might've gone to the United States.
Several months after June was last seen, her family home burnt down and a couple of family members left the area. Due to this and the limited form of communication, June's family lost all contact with her.