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UPDATE: Search Continues Over One Year Later

William was first reported missing on March 27th, 2023.

UPDATE 4: It has been over a year since William went missing in Woodstock.

The Woodstock Police Service is still asking for information regarding his whereabouts. His family also released the following statement to police:

"My dad has been missing for almost a year now. This is unlike him, and it is really hard not knowing. It’s not only me who is being impacted by this. He has an 11-year-old daughter who looks at her dad as her best friend. We are very concerned for his safety and well-being. As of right now, we have no idea what happened or where he is. We have searched tirelessly to find him. We ask that anyone who has information about where he was leading up to his disappearance, to please share it with police if they haven’t already, so police can follow any leads they haven’t already looked into."

Anyone with information should contact Detective Constable Robb or Detective Constable Bryant by calling the WPS at 519-537-2323. You can also submit an anonymous tip through Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

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UPDATE 3: The Woodstock Police Service has released additional photos of William, showing a tattoo on his neck.

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UPDATE 2: The Woodstock Police is still searching for a missing Woodstock man.

William was reported missing on March 27th, and was last seen around Ingersoll Road and Dundas Street in Woodstock.

If anyone has information on his location, any activity or possible contact please contact police or crime stoppers.

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UPDATE 1: The Woodstock Police Service has released new pictures of William.

 

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WOODSTOCK -  Woodstock Police continue the search for a missing 46-year-old man. 

William was first reported missing on March 27th. He was last seen around Ingersoll Road and Dundas Street in Woodstock. 

Anyone with information about William's whereabouts is asked to contact Woodstock Police Service at 519-537-2323 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-847 or online here

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