Day 11 – Help Find Jordan Wabasse


Help Find Jordan WabasseTHUNDER BAY – The investigation into the disappearance of Jordan Wabasse is continuing. Today, a search of a wooded area off of City Road east of James Street will be conducted today by the Anishinabek Police Service. Thunder Bay Police will search the river banks adjacent to the original dive site on the Kaministiquia River near James Street beginning tomorrow.

The Ontario Provincial Police will be assisting the Thunder Bay Police Service with the use of a helicopter. The OPP helicopter is expected to be in the air tomorrow afternoon. An aerial search will be conducted of the Kam River.

Search headquarters for the volunteers, family and friends has moved to the Fort William First Nation Community Hall., with the help of Cathy Elliott have put a Help Find Jordan poster up on NNL. If you like please feel free to right-click the picture and save it on your computer and then post it on your website. Also feel free to share the image with your family, friends and associates.

If you would like to hotlink the image onto your website, here is the code to install on your website:

<a href=”″ target=”_blank”><img src=”” width=”300″ title=”Help Find Jordan Wabasse”></a>

All you have to do is copy that code, and paste it on your website. The image will be updated daily until Jordan is found. The piece links to the Find Jordan Wabasse website on Facebook.

If you have any questions, please contact

Special thanks to Cathy Elliott for the poster design.

James Murray

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