Found Deceased Canada - Bradley Shaw, 27, Calgary, AB, 2 Sept 2015

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  1. dotr

    dotr Well-Known Member

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    http://calgary.ctvnews.ca/police-tu...-s-disappearance-enters-fourth-week-1.2577967
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    "The 27-year-old was wearing a dark coloured down filled bomber jacket, dark coloured cargo shorts and black and white runners.

    Police describe Shaw as:

    A Caucasian male
    Having a slim build
    178 cm (5’10”) tall
    Brown hair
    Brown eyes


    Shaw has a number of tattoos including:

    ‘One life, one chance’ across his chest
    ‘1988’ on his right abdomen
    A rose, compass, jack of clubs and a crown on his left arm"
     
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    dotr Well-Known Member

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    KayElJay Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    I'm geographically challenged, but could Bradley be one of the 27 referenced?

    "Police across Alberta are searching several rivers this week in a widespread effort to finally locate the bodies of numerous people who have been reported missing and still not found.

    There are currently 27 unresolved missing person cases filed from communities along the Bow and Oldman rivers."

    http://www.cbc.ca/m/touch/canada/calgary/story/1.3248664
     
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    We must be on similar wavelengths as i was also about to post this link concerning the search of those rivers, and wondered if missing Bradley was one of the people they were looking for.
     
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    KayElJay Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    I apologize for not being able to screen capture or bring the map over here. I used the google map feature and searched for 3000 39th Street SW Calgary (where Bradley was reportedly last seen I believe). The Bow River appears to be very close, just a bit to the east/northeast if I'm interpreting the map correctly.
     
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    Found deceased; case is being investigated as a homicide
    Human remains found near Slave Lake identified as missing Calgary man, death deemed homicide

    Human remains found near Slave Lake in October 2018 have been identified as a missing Calgary man and police say his death is being investigated as a homicide.

    [...]

    Slave Lake RCMP were called to a rural area near the northern Alberta town on Oct. 6, 2018 after human remains were discovered.

    RCMP released a composite sketch and model rendering the next day, which was spotted by Calgary police investigator, who suspected the victim was Shaw.

    Dental records were used to positively identify the remains.
     
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    dotr Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the update!
    Dec 4 2019
    Investigator's hunch helps lead to identification of missing Calgary man - 660 NEWS
    "The remains were discovered near Slave Lake in October 2018 and, a year later, the RCMP released a composite sketch and model rendering to help identify them.

    Calgary police say an investigator with the missing persons unit saw the sketch and suspected the man was Shaw, and the chief medical examiner’s office then used dental records to confirm the identity."
     
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    Calgary police say the death of a Calgary man who went missing in 2015 has been deemed a homicide.

    The body of Bradley Shaw, who was 27 at the time of his disappearance, was found Oct. 6, 2018, after Mounties in Slave Lake responded to a report that human remains had been found in a rural area near the town.


    Body of Calgary man missing since 2015 found, death deemed homicide
     
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