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Status: Missing

Name: William MACLENNAN
Age: 56 Yr Old
Area of Disappearance: Fredericton, NB
Location Last Seen: Downtown Area
Height: 6'
Weight: 190 lbs
Hair Color: Short Grey Hair
Eye Color: UNKNOWN/NOT LISTED

Tattoos: UNKNOWN/NOT LISTED

Clothing Description: UNKNOWN/NOT LISTED
Often wears large dark coats



Additional Information:[/i]
The Fredericton Police Force is requesting the public's assistance in locating a missing Fredericton man.

56-year old William MacLennan was last seen on February 21, 2017.

William is described as:
Caucasian
6" tall
190 lbs
Short graying hair/ Wears dark large coats

William MacLennan was last seen on February 21, 2017 in the downtown area of Fredericton. MacLennan is usually seen downtown walking alone at any time in the day or night. He is usually smoking a cigarette or a cigar while drinking coffee. He can often be seen talking to himself and walks with a slow swaying gait.

Anyone with information about William MacLennan is asked to contact the Fredericton Police Force, at 506-460-2300 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

Police Contact Number:
Anyone with information about William MacLennan is asked to contact the Fredericton Police Force, at 506-460-2300 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
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WebURL:http://www.fredericton.ca/en/news/police-force/police-requesting-assistance-to-locate-missing-man

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Status: Missing

Name: Kenneth COLSON
Age: 48 Yr Old
Area of Disappearance: Halifax, NS
Location Last Seen:2100 block of Barrington Street
Height: 5' 6"
Weight: 132 Lbs
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Brown

Tattoos:
Location of Tattoo : Both arms and his right hand
Writing with Tattoo : UNKNOWN/NOT LISTED
Additional:

Clothing Description:UNKNOWN/NOT LISTED



Additional Information:Police Contact Number:
There is no information to suggest that Colson has met with foul play but police are concerned for his well-being and are asking that Colson or anyone with information on his whereabouts call police at 902-490-5020.
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WebURL:http://apps.halifax.ca/news/article/4322

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Status: - Missing

Name: Anthony MACNEIL
Age: 63 Yr Old
Area of Disappearance: Halifax, Nova Scotia
Location Last Seen:2100 block of Barrington Street in Halifax
Height: UNKNOWN/NOT LISTED
Weight: UNKNOWN/NOT LISTED
Hair Color: Salt & Pepper
Eye Color: UNKNOWN/NOT LISTED




Additional Information:Police Contact Number:
There is no information to suggest that Anthony has met with foul play, however, police are concerned for his well-being. Officers request that Anthony or anyone with information on his whereabouts call Halifax Regional Police at 902-490-5020.
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WebURL:http://apps.halifax.ca/news/article/4340

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Status: Missing

Name: Tony VAILLANCOURT
Age: 42
Area of Disappearance: Morrel Siding, NB
Location Last Seen: UNKNOWN/NOT LISTED
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 198 lbs
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Brown

[img]http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/sites/default/files/styles/cropped_large/public/news-nouvelles/2017-05-09/t_vaillancourt.png?itok=IMZQeUiJ[img]

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The West District RCMP is asking for the public's help to locate a missing 42-year-old man from Morrell Siding, N.B.

Tony Vaillancourt has not been in contact with friends or family since April 9, 2017. It is unusual for him to be out of contact for such a long period of time and efforts to locate him have been unsuccessful.

Tony Vaillancourt is described a Caucasian man with brown hair and eyes. He is 5'11" and weighs 198 lbs.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Tony Vaillancourt, or who may have seen him since early April, is asked to contact the Grand Falls Detachment of the West District RCMP at 506-473-3137

Police Contact Number:
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Tony Vaillancourt, or who may have seen him since early April, is asked to contact the Grand Falls Detachment of the West District RCMP at 506-473-3137.
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WebURL:http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/en/news/2017/rcmp-seeks-help-locating-missing-man

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Status: Missing

Name: BERTHIAUME, Marcel
Age: 84 Years Old
Area of Disappearance: Trout Brook, Northwest of Miramichi
Location Last Seen: Potentially seen in the area of Big Bald Mountain on May 21st 2017
Height: 5' 7"
Weight: 150 lbs
Hair Color: Not Provided
Eye Color: Not Provided


Clothing Description:
Pants: Not Provided
Shirt: Not Provided
Footwear: Not Provided
Jacket: Not Provided
Sweater: Not Provided

Vehicle Description:
Year: 2008
Make: Jeep
Model: Liberty
Color: Blue
License Plate: JIA 316


Additional Information:[/i]
RCMP continue to seek the public's help in locating Marcel Berthiaume, 84, from Trout Brook, northwest of Miramichi, who has been missing since May 20.


Police did receive a report that he may have been seen in the Big Bald Mountain area on May 21, Cpl. Charles Plaxton said in a news release on Monday.

Berthiaume is known to routinely take drives in the woods, generally in the Mullin Stream Road and Fraser Burchill Road areas.



"We are asking anyone who is spending anytime in the woods in those areas, whether they're working, hiking or on ATVs, to be on the lookout for any signs of Mr. Berthiaume or his vehicle," said Plaxton.

"There are many different logging roads and trails throughout the area. The more people we have on the lookout, the better the chances of locating him if he's in that area."



Berthiaume is described as Caucasian, five feet seven inches tall and about 150 pounds.

He drives a blue 2008 Jeep Liberty with New Brunswick licence plate number JIA 316.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Berthiaume, or who may have seen him or his vehicle since May 20, is asked to contact the Sunny Corner Detachment of the Northeast District RCMP at 506-836-6000.


Police Contact Number:
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Berthiaume, or who may have seen him or his vehicle since May 20, is asked to contact the Sunny Corner Detachment of the Northeast District RCMP at 506-836-6000.

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WebURL:http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/missing-marcel-berthiaume-trout-brook-rcmp-1.4147184

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Edited to add additional photo provided by RCMP

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Cape, I have added the CBC article with images below for you :)



Saint John police search for missing 17-year-old
Marissa Scott was reported missing on Feb. 15
CBC News Posted: Feb 24, 2017 2:19 PM AT Last Updated: Feb 24, 2017 2:19 PM AT


Marissa Scott was reported missing on Feb. 15, Saint John police say.


Saint John police are asking for the public's assistance locating a 17-year-old who disappeared more than a week ago.

Marissa Scott was reported missing on Feb. 15.

When she was last seen she was wearing a green jacket, dark pants and beige boots with fur trim.

Anyone with information about her whereabouts is asked to contact the Saint John police at 506-648-3333 or send an email to police@saintjohn.ca.

When she was last seen, Scott was wearing a green jacket, dark pants and beige boots with fur trim.


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Police say the body of a missing Oromocto First Nation man was found Sunday afternoon in the St. John River.

Peter Floyd Sabattis, 59, was found by a local resident around 5 p.m. said Cpl. Ryan Lewis of the Oromocto RCMP.

"There's an autopsy ordered at a later date and the investigation is ongoing but there's no suspicion of foul play."

Sabattis was reported missing on May 17 and had been last seen May 16 near the St. John River.

Ground search and rescue crews had searched for Sabattis for two days before calling off the search.

Lewis said the RCMP wants to thank the members of the Oromocto First Nation for their endless support and dedication to find Sabattis.

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RCMP seeks help locating missing 59-year-old man

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Thank you Long Gone for the update, Condolences to the family & friends of this young lad.

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Jennifer Hillier-Penney's family members are holding out hope that the 38-year-old mother of two will be found alive, but her father admitted Wednesday that "it looks bleak."

Allan Hillier said "it's a mystery to me" what happened to his daughter, and added "we're worried sick."

An extensive search for Hillier-Penney has been underway since Thursday, Dec.1, and the RCMP acknowledged Wednesday morning that her disappearance is suspicious.
Couple having marital problems

It's been confirmed by multiple sources that Hillier-Penney and her husband were having marital problems, though police won't say whether the husband is a suspect.

There have been no arrests, and "because of the nature of the investigation, I can't get into any further details," RCMP spokesman Cpl. Trevor O"Keefe told CBC News Wednesday.

Hillier-Penney is the mother of two daughters, ages 20 and 15, and was last seen at the family home on Husky Drive in St. Anthony on the evening of Nov. 30.

She had been separated from her husband for roughly two months, and was living with her father in nearby St. Lunaire-Griquet.

Family members say she went back to the family home in St. Anthony to care for her youngest daughter for a few nights while her husband was away hunting.
Family fears for daughter's safety

When asked if he believes something bad has happened to his daughter, Hillier said, "it looks like it."

The family is anxiously awaiting answers, and police say the case is still very much a high priority.

"This matter is still an open and active investigation," O'Keefe said.

Police have conducted a ground and air search in St. Anthony and surrounding areas, and divers are expected to enter the harbour on Wednesday "to cover all the bases in the investigation," said O'Keefe.

    Helicopter joins 5th day of search for missing St. Anthony woman

    Ground search underway for missing St. Anthony woman

Police are asking people in St. Anthony to check their properties and for anyone with information about the disappearance to come forward.

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Web URL: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/st-anthony-woman-suspicious-1.3884986

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Matthew Tucker has been found guilty of second-degree murder in the 2014 death of his mother, Dorothy Tucker, of Oak Haven, near St. Stephen.

The 36-year-old man showed little reaction to the verdict.

Second-degree murder carries a mandatory sentence of life in prison with no eligibility of parole for a minimum of 10 years.

Following the verdict, Justice William Grant sent the jurors back to see if they could agree on a sentencing recommendation on how long Tucker should serve in prison before becoming eligible for parole.

The jury declined to make a recommendation.

Grant set Dec. 13 as the date for a sentencing hearing, where the Crown and defence will put forward their recommendations for parole eligibility.
Tucker did not testify

Tucker did not testify in the trial and the defence did not call any witnesses.

Earlier in the day, the Crown and defence offered sharply differing views of Matthew Tucker's mental state as they made final arguments at his second-degree murder trial.

Tucker was charged in the shooting death of his mother in November 2014.

Hunters found Dorothy's body in woods near St. Stephen 10 days after she disappeared from the home she shared with her son in Oak Haven, near St. Stephen.

Hours before her disappearance, Matthew Tucker flagged down RCMP officers in Oromocto and asked to be taken to hospital.

The officers described a man who was fearful, shaking and talking of a disembodied head he was seeing in the woods.
Matthew Tucker, 36, Oak Haven (DOB Nov. 10)

Matthew Tucker, 35, of Oak Haven, was found guilty of second-degree murder in the death of his mother, Dorothy Tucker. (CBC)

But Crown prosecutor Jill Knee reminded jurors that Dr. Linda Hebb, an emergency room physician at Oromocto Public Hospital, said Tucker calmed down after talking with her for a few minutes.

She determined he was not a candidate for a Form 1 under the Mental Health Act, which would have allowed hospital officials to hold him against his will, if necessary, for treatment.

Knee told jurors Tucker later loaded a gun, shot his mother, disposed of her body and tried to deflect the blame onto others.

She described blood-stained blue jeans that bore the DNA of both Matthew and Dorothy Tucker, along with the blood stains and shotgun pellets found in the bedroom.

"It comes together," said Knee. "The evidence has come together."
Sees no motive

Defence lawyer Brian Ferguson told the jury the Crown had not presented any evidence of a motive that would have driven Matthew Tucker to kill his mother.

He asked the jury to consider Tucker's state of mind carefully.

He reminded them that Oromocto RCMP Const. Valarie Caron grew more concerned with every minute she spent with Matthew Tucker after he flagged down her cruiser.

He referred to Caron's testimony that Tucker cried when his mother's name was mentioned.
Left gun out in open

He also said Matthew Tucker let police officers into the family home when they arrived looking for his mother following a missing person report.

Furthermore, a shotgun and blood-covered plastic were left in plain view, Ferguson said.

Jurors had the options of finding Tucker not guilty, guilty of manslaughter or guilty of second-degree murder.

With files from Connell Smith

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WebURL: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/matthew-tucker-trial-1.3851424

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Just a note, I had the pleasure of running into a lead officer on this a couple months ago.
It was rather intriguing to hear that this is still very much being investigated in an effort to determine who the remains belong to.

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Reviewing this I found the below information, because of the length I used a translation tool rather than translate word for word. (Sorry for the grammatical errors included.)

This information provides account that Cst. Bourque was not murdered but was in fact only shot and injured.

WebURL: http://www.acadienouvelle.com/actualites/2015/12/15/attentat-contre-un-policier-de-shediac-clarence-bourque-demande-laide-de-justin-trudeau/

More than three decades later, the attempted murder of Clarence Bourque, a Shediac duty officer, remains an unresolved and largely forgotten case. For the first time, he relies on the Prime Minister of the country to shed light on this matter.
Clarence Bourque - Archives
Clarence Bourque - Archives

Clarence Bourque now lives in Ontario. On June 2, 1981, the municipal policeman at the Town of Shediac was shot five times when he intercepted an individual near the polyvalent at about 1:30 am. More than 34 years later, the mystery still hangs over this matter and the perpetrator of the misdeed is still running.

"In early November, I sent my file with many archival records to the attention of Justin Trudeau. I'll wait and see what happens. It is the last person and the highest authority in the country who can do something for me, "said the former police officer.

He has repeatedly called for a public inquiry into this issue in New Brunswick. The case was revised by the RCMP without creating any outcome.

It goes without saying that the incident left physical and psychological consequences. Clarence Bourque is of the view that the police have deliberately botched the investigation and hidden evidence. Over the years, he has nevertheless managed to obtain documentation concerning his file.

"I never understood why they wanted to eliminate me. I feel as if we never did anything because I was involved in the file. I am convinced that I was the victim of a set-up, "added the man now 60 years old.

He has his little idea of ​​who might have been his assailant.

"Everyone in Shediac knows who we are talking about," he said.

Over the past few days, incidents involving police officers have made headlines in New Brunswick. He pointed out that it was not long ago that the authorities sometimes made "scam".

According to him, interceding with Prime Minister Trudeau is his last chance.

"There is no one who takes care of my case. My file is sleeping on a tablet. "

"I am told that this is probably the only case involving a policeman who has never been resolved in Canada. I have suffered from this aggression all my life. I want my reputation to be restored, "continued the man who said he lost his job two years later because of this affair.

Perplexed at the initial investigation

Clarence Bourque remains puzzled by many elements of this incident and the initial investigation.

He maintains that the individual who fired on him called him by name. The assailant fled with his patrol car which was found the next day submerged at Cap-Bimet.

According to him, one person witnessed the scene, but the police authorities of the time dismissed her from the file.

The report of the original investigation indicated that he was shot with his own weapon. He doubted this conclusion, since a rifle, other than his own, was found in the police car.

According to him, no analysis was done on the weapon and this piece of evidence, after being hidden somewhere, was destroyed. He is of the opinion that the investigation was botched in order to protect the perpetrator of the attack.

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Adding News Article from 2011 it appears this could still be an active instance.:
WebURL: www.unsolvedcanada.ca/index.php?action=post;topic=3464.0;last_msg=36599

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Transcript

Mother of Jami Springer reads statement

My name is Gillian Fletcher and Jami Springer is my daughter.

This is Jami's father, Brent and her brother, Jordan.

We haven't seen or spoken to Jami since August.

We love her dearly and we want to know where she is and is she safe? We know that someone out there knows something.

Through donations, we have raised $8000 in award money and donated it to Crime Stoppers New Brunswick.

This brings the total award money available to $10,000 to anyone who can just tell us where Jami is.

You don't have to give your name. Just tell us where she is.

Jami, if you see this, know that every morning when I wake up, I hope that this is the day I will hear from you. To hear your voice and know you're okay.

I want to thank everyone who has helped to look for her and kept Jami and our family in their prayers. We have not given up.

If you have any information please call Crime Stoppers.

Please help us find Jami.

Thank you.

Fades to black

Anyone with information about the whereabouts of Jami Springer, or who may have seen her or spoken to her on August 31 or any time since, is asked to contact Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), texting TIP212 + your message to 'CRIMES' (274637), or by Secure Web Tips at www.crimenb.ca


RCMP News Release:
A $10,000 award is being offered to anyone with information that leads to finding 28-year-old Jami Springer, who has been missing from the Moncton area since August. The RCMP is sharing a video made by Jami's family to encourage anyone with information to come forward.

Jami's family has raised $8,000, and this amount has been added to the up to $2,000 award offered by Crime Stoppers.

"Our family wants to thank everyone that has helped us try to find Jami," says Gillian Fletcher, Jami Springer's mother. "It's our hope that by adding more money to the Crime Stoppers award, someone with information will call."

Jami Springer was last seen on August 31, 2016, in Moncton. The RCMP in New Brunswick's Major Crime Unit continues to investigate her disappearance as suspicious.

"We want people to know that information can be provided anonymously through Crime Stoppers. You don't have to give your name," says RCMP spokesperson Cst. Hans Ouellette. "We are looking for any information that will help us find Jami. Someone knows where she is."

Information on Jami Springer's whereabouts or her disappearance can be provided anonymously through Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), texting TIP212 + your message to 'CRIMES' (274637), or by Secure Web Tips at www.crimenb.caGSAR_Mbr

WebURL:http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/en/news/2016/24/10000-award-help-find-jami-springer

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