(THUNDER BAY, ON) –An update regarding Eddie Tremblay provided by his family.
”Here’s my insight about my brother Eddy Tremblay who’s missing. How the hell does a 250lbs man up and disappear without a trace?
I was first on hand seeing his hat and keys and was an idiot for picking his hat and keys up…thought he was really close at the time and that I was gonna find him..didn’t even dawn on me about evidence.
Two areas close to his hat and keys had grass pushed down..both the size of him..one a sit spot (hat and keys were there, and his hat was flat like he sat on it/fell on his butt, and keys hanging pulled apart like it came off when he fell on his butt) then a few feet from there a lay spot the size of him… no trace anywhere from there,
So how am I not to think someone didnt do something to him. I honesty think someone hurt him and disposed of him period. Someone out there is just fucking evil and I feel it in my heart.
If you didn’t know already someone got their throat slit not far from where my brother went missing a month prior. Yes the guy who slit the guys throat is in jail, but don’t you think it’s a good possibility that someone might have similar criminal thoughts in their heads that is affiliated to those ppl.
Please ppl keep your ears open if you hear of any really shady people out there in the hildale road area thanks.” Rob Rox.
Edward may have been in the 1300 block area of Hilldale Road on Sunday, July 7 at about 3 a.m. He was last seen on York Street on July at about 2 a.m. Sunday, July 7. Following are new clothing descriptors investigators have been provided:
- Grey sweater with a zipper up the middle.
- Green T-shirt with a Toronto Blue Jays emblem.
- Black shoes with light blue stitching.
- Faded light blue jeans.
Edward is described as a Caucasian male standing about 5’11” and weighing about 230 pounds. He has curly brown hair, a dark brown full beard with a moustache, and brown eyes.
The Thunder Bay Police Service’s K-9 Unit and Unmanned Aircraft System (Drone) have been deployed to assist in the search of Edward.
Anyone with information regarding this incident is requested to call the Thunder Bay Police Service at 807-684-1200 or OPP at 1-888-310-1122. Should you wish to remain anonymous, any information regarding this incident can also be reported to Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-222-8477 or submit a tip online at http://www.p3tips.com/273