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Police still appealing for help in finding three missing Sarnia men

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Journal staff

Sarnia Police continue to appeal to the public for any information regarding the whereabouts of three missing men.

Dustin Ireson, 33, was reported missing Nov. 28; his family had not heard from him since Nov. 13. Police say his vehicle, a black Dodge Ram pickup, was located Nov. 30 in the area of Harbour Road in Sarnia. He’s described as 5’7” with long brown hair, and missing a tooth on the right side of his mouth.

Trevor Morley, 40 was also reported missing in November and was last seen along Sarnia’s waterfront in the earlier morning hours of Nov. 22. Police said he was along the riverfront in the area of Imperial Oil and the gravel docks (end of Devine Street off Christina Street).

A search for both men was conducted by members of the OPP Underwater Search and Recovery Unit and Sarnia Police in December along the St. Clair River, but was unsuccessful.

Police are also still investigating the disappearance of Trevor Shawn Chaput; the service’s Criminal Investigations Division has been investigating Chaput’s disappearance since July 6 2022, when family members reported him missing. Police are treating his disappearance as suspicious.

Sarnia-Lambton Crime Stoppers has doubled the maximum reward to $4,000 for information leading to an arrest or Chaput’s location. He is described as approximately 5’6” and approximately 160 pounds (thin build)

Anyone with information is urged to contact the Sarnia Police Service at 519-344-881 extension 0, or Sarnia-Lambton Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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