The Doe Network:
Case File 4003DMON


Roger Paul Bertrand
Missing since November 11, 1999 from Hanmer, Ontario, Canada
Classification: Endangered Missing

Vital Statistics

Circumstances of Disappearance
On the 11th of November 1999, between 10:00 - 11:30 a.m., Roger Bertrand left his home on Dutrisac Road in Hanmer, Ontario. Bertrand was scheduled to testify as a material witness in a case where the accused, was suspected of trying to hire someone to kill his wife, and he had appeared nervous for a week prior to his disappearance. Police have not drawn a link between the disappearance and the court case.
When Bertrand first disappeared, no one paid much attention because he had the habit of leaving for months at a time.
Although he needs a brace and cane to walk, those items were left behind in his home.
Bertrand was brilliant at repairing electronics and had a passion for ham radio. He worked for construction and for Ernie's signs before an injury left him with back pain. He was on a disability pension.
Foul play is possible.

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

Greater Sudbury Police

Source Information:
The Sudbury Star

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