(HUNTSVILLE, ON)- Huntsville Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), who were seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing youth, 14 yr old Jasmine Southwind, report that she has been located.
Huntsville OPP would like thank the media and the public’s assistance in helping to locate her.
Huntsville Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing youth from Huntsville.
Jasmine Southwind a 14 year-old was reported missing on Thursday from her residence in Huntsville.
Jasmine is described as a white female, 5’8”, 160 lbs, green eyes and long blonde hair. Jasmine is known to frequent South River, or could be in the Huntsville or Barrie area.
Anyone with any information or may know the whereabouts of this missing person is asked to contact Huntsville OPP or Crime Stoppers.
(SEVERN TWP, ON) – On Saturday October 22, 2016 at 8:21 am Orillia OPP were dispatched Goldstein Road in Severn Township.
Preliminary investigation reveals a 30 year old male duck hunter from Bracebridge shot a duck and was retrieving it from Lake Couchiching.
The canoe he was sitting in overturned and he fell into the water. He was not wearing his life jacket.
On Tuesday October 25th at 1:30 p.m. members of the OPP Underwater Search and Recovery Unit located the body of a man in Lake Couchiching.
Family members of the man have been notified.
The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) has concluded the search for a missing Bowmanville man whom investigators believe disappeared as the result of foul play.
David Palmer is a 47 year-old male who was last seen on Friday October 2, 2015 – one week before the 2015 Canadian Thanksgiving. On October 14, 2015, Palmer’s brown 2002 Honda Accord, bearing Ontario Licence plate BWCZ 783, was recovered by police near Spruce Lake Trail, near the Village of Haliburton.
Between May 3 and 6, 2016 the OPP conducted a search of an area north of the village of Hailburton, in relation to David Palmer. On May 6, 2016, police discovered human remains and secured the scene for further investigation.
On May 9, 2016, a post mortem examination of the remains was conducted and the human remains were identified as being that of David Palmer.
Update: Today just before noon with the assistance of the OPP’s Under Water Search and Recovery Unit, (USRU) the two males were located. More details as they become available.
The search continues for two males who went missing after their canoes capsized in Haliburton.
Just after 5pm Monday, Haliburton Highlands Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) along with the local Fire Department and EMS were notified that two canoes had capsized on Eagle Lake.
According to police, some of the occupants managed to get to shore, while two males who were not wearing PFD’s did not return. The Emergency Response Team (ERT) is still at the location assisting in the search.
Updates will be made as soon as they become available