Treaty 3 Police Seek Help in Finding Missing Man

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Greg Bombay Jr. Missing
Greg Bombay Jr. Missing

KENORA – Crime – Treaty 3 Police seek help in finding missing man. On Sunday January 13th Greg Bombay Jr. walked away from his house in Rat Portage, and hasn’t been seen since. He was wearing jeans, a white hoodie and a brown leather jacket.

Bombay now officially listed as a missing person.

If anyone sees him pleasen contact Treaty 3 police in Kenora at (807) 548-5474.

His family shares, “If you talk to him, tell him to please call his family in Rainy River First Nation, he needs to know that he is not in any trouble”. 

Description: Approx. 5’10” – 5’11”, short dark brown hair, dark brown eyes. Has been known to wear colored contacts. Dark brown complexion. First nations man.

There is a Facebook Page for more information.

Resources for Locating Missing Persons:

For the friends and families of a missing person the goal is finding that person and getting them home safe and sound. There are many tools that can be used. Social Media is likely one of the fastest ways to get the word out. In communities like Thunder Bay there are over 70,000 Facebook accounts. Likely at least 30,000 are active, so getting information on Facebook can really help.

It is important to also keep in mind that opening up the situation and search on Facebook may lead to people offering what might be what they think is help, but is simply speculation. In a search it would be a fantastic idea to have a person assigned to monitor social media who is not directly involved as a family member

Read more: Missing Persons Resource.


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