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Statement on behalf of the family of 2-year-old Chase Martens

March 27th, 2016
For Immediate Release

Today, the family of Chase Martens is completely devastated as they come to grips with the tragic loss of their little boy.

They would like to express their heartfelt gratitude to the RCMP, Manitoba Fire Commissioner and the caring and generous community volunteers who searched around the clock in the search for Chase. While they are completely heartbroken, they have been overwhelmed by the love and kindness our community has shown their family.

At this time Chase’s family is asking for privacy as they grieve with their young children.

All media inquiries can be directed to:

Communications, Canadian Centre for Child Protection

204-801-2979 (Cell)



About the Canadian Centre for Child Protection: The Canadian Centre for Child Protection is a national charity dedicated to the personal safety of all children. The Centre’s goal is to reduce child victimization by providing programs and services to the Canadian public.

About the Child Safety Family Advocacy Division and is part of the Canadian Centre’s Child Safety and Family Advocacy Division (CSFAD). CSFAD provides support to Canadian families whose children are missing, have been recovered, or have been sexually abused and exploited. CSFAD also works with families, law enforcement and child welfare agencies to help prevent and respond to situations where a child is at risk of going missing or being sexually exploited.