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Remains of Niagara Man Identified 29 Years After Disappearance

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Niagara police have located the remains of a man who went missing from the region 29 years ago, following a collaborative investigation with the U.S. authorities.

In a statement issued on Jan. 4, the Niagara Regional Police Service (NRPS) disclosed the findings related to the 33-year-old male who disappeared in the Niagara region in 1994.

“Although this young male had been missing for 29 years, the recent investigation sheds light on the importance and needed collaboration between both Canada and US law enforcement agencies to bring much needed closure to families who after all these years still seek answers,” said Detective Constable Sara Mummery, the NRPS missing person and unidentified remains coordinator.

Following the individual’s disappearance in 1994, NRPS initiated an investigation. However, after all investigative avenues had been exhausted, the case remained open, awaiting new information.

In July 2018, new evidence emerged through a standard analysis conducted by the Ontario Provincial Police Missing Persons and Unidentified

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