Williams Lake RCMP seek tips in cold case

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On the 3rd anniversary of 28 year old Tyler Walton being reported missing in Williams Lake, police have launched a website in hopes of turning up new clues. The RCMP investigation has determined that Tyler was involved in the drug trade at a very low level. Police are now looking for information about two men who were seen driving around with Tyler just before his disappearance on November 10th 2009. Tyler Walton's family is now offering a 25 thousand dollar reward for any information that could lead to him being found. Click here for more


Missing filmmakers body recovered in Northern B.C.


RCMP say a man from Ohio who disappeared while attempting to film a documentary in northern B.C. has been found dead. 26 year old Warren Andrew Sill disappeared in July while working on a documentary about rare Kermode bears near New Hazelton. The Mounties say a local search and rescue team discovered what appeared to be Sill's shirt on Saturday. They then found his body in water from a nearby waterfall. The area couldn't be searched in July because of rough terrain and high water levels.
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