13 years later, mystery still surrounds disappearance of Revelstoke teen
Monday marks the 13th anniversary of the suspicious disappearance of a Revelstoke teen.
On September 5, 1998, Brianne Wolgram, 19, seemed to vanish without a trace.
Wolgram was last seen around 11:30 a.m. at a 7-11 store in Revelstoke getting into her car with three unknown girls.
She was driving a black 1989 Acura Integra with distinctive gold rims and a B.C. license plate of GMN661.
Wolgram had made plans to meet a friend and go to a long weekend party but she never made it.
A man out hunting early the next morning says he saw a girl matching Wolgram’s description walking along the Echo Lake Road about 30 km south of Revelstoke.
That was the last possible sighting of the teen.
Her vehicle was found five days later on a logging road south of Revelstoke.
There were no signs of foul play and $200 in her wallet were still in the car.
An intensive search of the forested area failed to find any trace of the missing girl.
Anyone with information about the circumstances surrounding Wolgram’s disappearance is asked to contact the Missing Children Society of Canada at 1-800-661-6160.