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Cold Cases: Dale Worthman and Kimberly Lockyer, St. Philip’s, N.L. (1993)

The Story


Dale Worthman, 30, and Kimberly Lockyer, 29, have simply vanished without a trace. Their vehicle remains in their driveway, Worthman's wallet and ID on the front seat. Lockyer's purse, with her ID and cash, sits inside the house, and nobody has picked up her last paycheque from the restaurant where she worked. As we see in this 1993 report from CBC-TV's Here and Now three weeks after their disappearance, it's an unusual missing persons case -- and nobody seems willing to discuss the missing couple.

Medium: Television
Program: Here & Now
Broadcast Date: Sept. 15, 1993
Guest(s): Alec Kieley
Reporter: Russell Wangersky
Duration: 2:09

Did You know?


• Dale Worthman and Kimberly Lockyer disappeared from their home in Portugal Cove-St. Philip's, N.L., on Aug. 27, 1993.

• Their bodies were discovered near a walking trail in July 2006. Autopsies indicated that each had been shot three times in the back of the head.

• In May 2009, Dale Worthman's mother Beryl said that the night before they disappeared, the couple had told her they intended to marry.

 

 


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