Search for Missing Brantford Man Tomorrow

Friday, 19 May 2017 09:46
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Friends, family and concerned citizens will gather tomorrow to continue the search for a missing Brantford man.

Andrew Osbourne hasn't been seen since he left his home May 10th, saying he was going out for a walk.

Yesterday, police released security footage that showed Osbourne walking through a parking lot, southbound on Brant Ave, about 15 minutes after he left home.

Already, Brantford Police have searched along the Grand River with the canine unit and officers on ATV's. Brantford Fire has searched the water and the OPP combed over the Waterford Conservation Area, all to no avail.

Tomorrow's search will begin at 9 am at the Brant Park Conservation Area. According to the Brantford Expositor, a rescue team from the Kitchener-Waterloo area will be searching the river down to Caledonia.

Police are again asking anyone who was in the Brant Ave/Church St area around 10:20 on May 10th to check dash cam footage to see if there is any sign of Osbourne.

(Matt Hutcheson)

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