Thunder Bay, Ont.— Globe and Mail Update
Published Thursday, Jul. 07, 2011 12:03AM EDT
Last updated Thursday, Jul. 07, 2011 12:06AM EDT
Concerns mount over missing Thunder Bay senior
A Thunder Bay, Ont., man who drove to Indiana to pick up an expensive RV hasn't returned home and his sister and employer are worried.
Ed Spakowski hauls new recreational vehicles back from the U.S., and was expected home last weekend.http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/a...om-trip-to-u-sThe Silverado's Ontario licence plate is 9863NT.
The Canadian Press
Published On Thu Jul 7 2011
Police in Thunder Bay and Indiana know that Spakowski made it to the Elkhart RV factory on June 30 to pick up a 30-foot Hartland Country trailer valued at about $25,000.
Accompanied by his little black-and-white dog, the single former millwright was driving a 2007, grey Chevy Silverado pickup.
He picked up the Chevy Silverado but did not get on the toll road heading home. There is no indication that he went back to Canada. When he left for his trip his sister said he had been complaining about heartburn and numbness.
He is 5'10" with medium build. Partly balding with grey hair.
July 5, 2011
Trying to locate a picture of him.He checked the company credit card that was given to Spakowski and found that he did stop at one of the same gas stations near Indiana that he always did. He last used the credit card in La Porte, Ind., on June 30 at 3 a.m.
Hartland RV confirmed that Spakowski checked in with them around 7 a.m. the same day.