05/20/2015 07:16 EDT | Updated 05/20/2016 05:59 EDT

Edna Bette-Jean Masters Sketch May Bring Clues To B.C. Toddler's 1960 Disappearance

Edna Bette-Jean Masters was 21 months old when she vanished.

KAMLOOPS, B.C. - A police sketch artist has dipped pen into the murky inkwell of the past hoping to generate leads on a toddler who vanished 54 years ago.

Kamloops RCMP have released an age-progression sketch of Edna Bette-Jean Masters who disappeared from the Red Lake area north of the city in July 1960.

Police re-opened the case two years ago during a historic case review and have now applied new forensic-art technology to create the drawing.

The picture depicts what Masters might look like as an adult and was completed using photos of her siblings, parents and snapshots taken of her as a child.

RCMP Cpl. Cheryl Bush says it's absolutely possible the woman might be living somewhere, having aged without knowing the true story of her past.

The 21-month-old girl went missing and police never recovered any evidence about what might have happened.


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