Joshua Miller missing for one year

RNC asks again for public’s help in solving the case

Josh Pennell
Published on February 7, 2014

The RNC reiterated its plea to the public today to bring forth any information they may have about the disappearance of Joshua Miller.

Miller, 20, was reported missing on Feb. 10, 2013. He was last seen when he left downtown in the early morning hours of Feb. 8 and jumped out of a cab near Stavanger Drive.

“Even the smallest piece of information sometimes can be very important to a police investigation,” acting Sgt. Todd Barron said at a news conference in St. John’s.

Police have investigated many tips since Miller went missing, the most recent coming in just a few weeks ago, Barron said.

Despite investing what Barron described as a lot of time and resources, the tips have not led to anything conclusive.

“Most of the leads came from the perspective of sightings — seeing him in certain areas. And people who he was with on the night he disappeared,” he said.

Miller was in a physical altercation downtown before jumping into the cab and disappearing. He was wearing jeans and a black t-shirt despite the cold temperatures. The RNC said they have ruled out the altercation having anything to do with his disappearance.

There has been no activity on any of Miller’s financial accounts since he was last seen. Despite this, the RNC is not assuming anything.

“At this point we have no evidence to suggest he is not alive but, again, we remain open to all possibilities,” said Barron.

Miller is described as 6’1” and 185 lbs with short sand-coloured hair and blue eyes.

Anyone with information on Miller is asked to contact the RNC at 729-8000 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), or email . Information can be submitted anonymously on the NL Crime Stoppers Website