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RCMP seeks public’s assistance in locating Raymond Halleran, missing two-and-half years

Raymond Halleran — RCMP handout
Raymond Halleran — RCMP handout

Police say they haven't given up on their investigation into the January, 2018 disappearance of St. Vincemt's man

FERRYLAND, N.L. —

The RCMP in Ferryland has made a renewed call for the public’s help in its ongoing investigation into Raymond Halleran, who disappeared from St. Vincent’s on the southern Avalon Peninsula more than two-and-a-half years ago and hasn’t been seen since. 

Halleran was last seen at his home on Jan. 12, 2018 in St. Vincent’s. According to the police, he also could have been in the St. John’s area on that date. 

He is caucasian, five-feet-nine-inches tall and 175 pounds. He has grey eyes and brown hair that may be dyed purple. However, his appearance may have changed since he was last seen, when he was wearing blue jeans, khaki shoes and a camo jacket and hat. He was also carrying a black duffle bag.

In particular, the RCMP is asking residents of St. Vincent’s and St. John’s at that time to come forward to police if they have any information that may be related to the disappearance. They say it is possible someone might remember something from the time around when Halleran disappeared, but might feel it is too insignificant to report. 

Police encourage anyone with any possible information related to Halleran and his disappearance to come forward by contacting Ferryland RCMP (709-432-2440) or making a report through Crimestoppers (1-800-222-TIPS (8477), by Secure Web Tips at www.nlcrimestoppers.com, or by downloading the free and secure mobile app.(search the App Store for "P3 Tips”). 

Electronic tips submitted to Crime Stoppers are encrypted, entirely confidential and completely anonymous.

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