Investigators in Prince Albert are digging in a wooded area in the city searching for clues to help them solve a 31-year-old mystery.
June Ann Johnson hasn't been seen since Aug. 3, 1979 when she was driven to the city's Marlboro Hotel by a family friend. She was 34.
Although there haven't been any developments in the case for a long time, on Thursday, police were digging in a wooded area on the north side of the North Saskatchewan River.
The spot they're excavating contains the foundation of a house that once stood in the area.
The area has been searched before but a new investigator reviewing the file has decided it's worth a second look, police said.