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Case File 3988DMON
Mark Edmonson
Missing since October 3, 1999 from Stoney Creek, Ontario, Canada
Classification: Endangered Missing

Vital Statistics
  • Age at Time of Disappearance: 41 years old
  • Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 5'8"; 130-139 lbs.
  • Distinguishing Characteristics: White male. Black, short, straight hair and a mustache; brown eyes. Slim build.
  • Medical: Mentally disabled. Possibly suicidal. He doesn't take medication and, though frail, he is physically healthy.
  • Clothing: Possibly wearing jeans with knees ripped and a t-shirt, and no coat. He may have a black money pouch and a blue and purple sports gym bag with a "Hornets" insignia on the side.  

Circumstances of Disappearance
Mark Edmonson disappeared from his residence in Stoney Creek on October 3rd, 1999. He lived with his sister on Spartan Avenue in Stoney Creek. He was last seen at about 22.00, as he said he was going to bed. He was gone by morning.

Mr. Edmonson has never returned and has not contacted any of his family members since that time. He seemed a little depressed in the days before he disappeared. He may have been living in the woods, and might have sought refuge in barns and garages after he disappeared.
It is believed that Mr. Edmonson left home without taking any money or personal identification. Police searches using a tracking dog, Detectives and Officers on foot have failed to locate Mr. Edmonson's whereabouts.

Edmonson may be in possession of two hunting knives, sentimental keepsakes given him by his dead brother. He has never been violent. He was raised in an institution and has the mental abilities of a child.

If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:

Hamilton Police Service
Major Crime Unit

Agency Case Number: 99-638349

Source Information:
Hamilton Police Service
The Hamilton Spectator

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