Police seek missing Barrie man

Barrie police are asking for the public’s help in locating Hal Gerrald Raymond Forrest, a Barrie man last seen by his family on Feb. 28, 2005.

Police rendition of what Forrest might look like today

Police report that Forrest returned to Barrie in February, 2005, from the University of Waterloo where he was enrolled. On Feb, 28, say police, Forrest drove his mother to work, telling her he was going to look for employment. He told her he would be back at the end of her shift, but failed to show.
When she returned home, Forrest’s mother, say police, found a note stating he was “going to find himself.” He hasn’t been seen since, but his family believe he may be residing in the Vancouver area under a new identity, but that has not been confirmed.
The most recent description police have of him is a caucasian male with a fair complexion, a slim build, 170 cms, 63 kgs, with brown wavy hair and brown eyes. Police have released a rendition of what he might look like today.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Det. Const. Chris Castonguay, #3058, at the Barrie Police Service Criminal Investigations Division, 705-725-7025, ext: 2125, local police detachments or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS. Callers are asked to refer to Barrie Police Occurrence BA07035002 to outside agencies.

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