The disappearance of four-year-old Michael Dunahee on the afternoon of March 24, 1991, from Victoria's Blanshard Elementary School playground sparked one of the largest police investigations in Canadian history.
DNA test results show that a man who bears an uncanny resemblance to a composite drawing of Michael Dunahee is not the same person who vanished over 20 years ago.
Police have gone quiet and a website has pulled postings in the wake of a social media frenzy about the latest development in an historic and infamous cold case involving a four-year-old missing boy.
Victoria police say they don't believe a B.C. man is the same person who went missing as a child from the city in 1991, but they're going to collect his DNA just to make sure he's not Michael Dunahee.
Today marks the 22nd anniversary of the disappearance of four-year-old Michael Dunahee in Victoria B.C., but police say they haven't stopped looking.
Hope is a ringing telephone or a passing police car for Crystal and Bruce Dunahee.
The next phone call or visit from the police could bring home their son.