It has now been 15 years since Dylan Koshman disappeared in south Edmonton and his family is still looking for answers.
Koshman’s mother Melanie Alix drove in from Moose Jaw, Sask., hoping to find any information that could help find her missing son.
“What we’re hoping is that we’re still going to be able to reach out to somebody that knows something that can help bring closure to our family,” Alix explained.
According to investigators, Koshman was last seen at around 2 a.m. on Oct. 11. 2008 leaving his home in the area of 104 Street and 33 Avenue.
Koshman stormed off after getting into an argument with his roommates. Since 2008, there have been little details surrounding Koshman’s disappearance. Police said the tips have run dry and there is nowhere to go with the investigation.
A statement from the Edmonton Police Service read, “Missing Persons Unit has indicated that the file status is suspended pending new information, tips or DNA advancement.”
“There is still a reward for any information posted on our website,” the statement added.
Alix has been trying to take matters into her own hands, but without any leads, she ran into obstacles.