Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by dotr, Jun 1, 2017.
[h=2]B.C. teacher goes missing while looking for spot to read poetry[/h]
Praying for Alvin's safe return
June 16 2017
June 22 2017
June 22 2017
I have joined this site as I live in the area and this case has been concerning me.
I wanted to bring up the fact that 2 weeks prior to Alvin's disappearance, another man, Lemar Halimi, was reported missing from Nelson, BC (across the lake from Crawford Bay).
Has the possibility of a link between the disappearance of the two men been ruled out?
Thank you, C.
Welcome to Ws Canucklehead, thanks for that intriguing tidbit, will check it out!
Started thread for the other missing man.
[h=2]Lemar Halimi, 22, Nelson, BC. 15 May 2017[/h]
Hello & thank you. I don't want to upset anyone or make assumptions. However, I've just noticed on the BC RCMP missing person's page that another man, Leo Patrick Remy, disappeared in April in nearby Castlegar (ie: 30mins from Nelson, along hwy 3a, and Nelson being across from Crawford Bay) under similar circumstances it seems.
[h=2]Leo Patrick REMY, 59, Castlegar, BC. 1 April 2017[/h]
I would be VERY interested to know details of this 'episode' he had five years ago. I think that might be the key to all of this.
Hello, again. A 4th man is missing from our area, Darwen Greyeyes. I've just read this in The Nelson Daily newspaper.
It wasn't my intention to take attention away from Mr. Alvin Dunic on this forum, just to ask if the possibility of a link with another disappearance was ruled-out.
Now, I realise there are a few other disappearances of men in the area. I find some of the similarities to Alvin's case concerning.
However, I'll refrain from additional posting along these lines, so the forum can focus on the facts of Alvin's case on this thread.
Keeping the focus on Alvin in this thread, it is curious that several men in the same age group from nearby areas have all gone missing within similar time frames.
Started a thread for Mr Greyeyes and perhaps as the different threads (hopefully) receive posts, if a pattern exists that further connects these disappearances, it will emerge.imo, speculation.
Darwen Greyeyes, 55, Nelson BC, 4 June 2017
Condolences to Mr Dunic's family, friends and students.
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