Acting Chief of Police, Dean Rae says he was with the police service when the girl went missing and calls it the biggest case he can remember.
Rae says he still holds out hope the case will be solved.
“I think we have to maintain that hope for the community’s sake and for the family’s sake. We believe there is people in the community that have information relevant to the file that would help us move the investigation forward.”
Tamra’s older sister, Summer Favel attended the event and says it’s comforting to see support from the community after all these years.
“I feel content because people are still remembering her.”
After her disappearance the Regina Board of Police Commissioners announced a reward of $25,000 for information leading to her discovery, in 2014 that reward was doubled to $50,000.