RCMP are still working 10 years later to solve a mysterious disappearance in northwest Alberta.
70 year old Stephanie Stewart was working at her job at a wildfire lookout near Hinton on August 26th, 2006, when she failed to make her scheduled radio check-in for work.
A pot of water had been left boiling on the stove and her truck was still parked outside the Athabasca lookout.
Some items, including a blanket and a watch were missing along with Stewart.
Mounties believe she was the victim of a homicide, although her body has never been found.
RCMP Cpl. Hal Turnbull says they still get tips on the case, but there have been no arrests.
Following Stewart’s disappearance, the provincial government added safety features to its 127 lookouts.
Dennis Malayko with the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees says he’s received no complaints from lookout workers, and they tell him they feel safe doing the remote jobs.