They are the city's latest missing persons cases.
Beckett was reported missing by her family July 16. She was last seen in the Capreol area by family around 12 p.m. On July 19, police searched the area by foot, ATV and helicopter, through the day and night, using night vision.
Police have exhausted all tips received from members of the public, including family, friends and just people who may have had some information, according to police. Unfortunately, none of those leads have panned out.
It's possible that Beckett is no longer in the Capreol area, and the missing person report has been shared with other police departments around the province.
"We're hoping if she's not in our area, or in the Capreol area, that somebody else has some information," Const. Meghan O'Malley said in a previous interview. "The only thing we know is she was last seen at that time, and as to what her intentions were, we have no idea and I don't think the family knows either."
Beckett is known to be an avid outdoors person and hiker. She is described as 5-8, 130 lbs, with a slim build, brown hair, blue eyes, and wears glasses. She was last seen wearing beige capri pants, a beige top and sandals with beads on them.
Bigras was reported to have gone missing from his Wahnipitae home on July 24 sometime after 2 p.m. Police believe he may be staying somewhere in Sudbury.
He is described as 5-8, 122 pounds with a brush cut, brown eyes and usually wears Nike high-top sneakers.
“The majority of these cases usually have a positive outcome,” with the missing persons being located and in good health, O'Malley said. “However, the families are still very worried about their loved ones.”
Anyone who might have seen either Beckett or Bigras is asked to call police right away with any information, even if its with the direction in which they might have seen them travelling. Contact police at 705-675-9171.
With files from Laurel Myers
Posted by Arron Pickard