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NB Police Investigate 2019 Disappearance as Homicide – New Brunswick

New Brunswick’s RCMP says the 2019 disappearance of Brady Sherman Tompkins is now being investigated as a homicide, as remaining information may be in a wooded area.

On September 20, 2019, the RCMP said in a news release that Tompkins, a 25-year-old from the Carlton County area, went missing. He lived in Moncton at the time.

Tompkins is described as being 6 feet 7 tall with a slim build, short brown hair and blue eyes.

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He was last seen on the night of August 29, 2019, and was speaking to his family on the phone a few days later, but his whereabouts were unknown.

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More than a year later, on October 30, 2020, police said his disappearance was “suspicious” and believed “a possible crime was involved.”

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On Monday morning, more than three years after his disappearance, the RCMP said it had received new information.

Police said Tompkins’ remains “may be in the wooded area between Carrolls Crossing (NB) and Berry Mills (NB).”

Authorities have released maps of the area and told anyone who lives in the area or who may have traveled there to “encounter a burnt vehicle, what appears to be wreckage, personal belongings, or anything suspicious. If so, ask them to contact the police.”

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According to police, Tompkins is described as being 6 foot 7 tall, with a slim build, short brown hair and blue eyes. He had braces on his teeth.

The RCMP asks anyone with information to contact the police.

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NB Police Investigate 2019 Disappearance as Homicide – New Brunswick

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