Call renewed for DNA data bank for missing people

Vancouver Sun Canada
Melanie Alix has worked through the heartache after spending more than three years searching for answers since her 21-year-old son disappeared.
The Saskatchewan woman has now added her voice to a call for a DNA data bank for missing people and their family members, similar to the system in place for criminals. She hopes a national system could provide closure and answers to countless families left in despair after losing a loved one.