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UPDATED: MISSING PERSON • Jeremy Bessette • Vancouver, British Columbia • 15 Years Old

UPDATED: MISSING PERSON • Jeremy Bessette • Vancouver, British Columbia • 15 Years Old

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Please help us spread the word about Jeremy Bessette out of Vancouver, British Columbia by sharing this report.

UPDATE:  According to family, Jeremy Bessette has been located safely.  Thank you so much to everyone who helped share about his disappearance.


ORIGINAL ARTICLE: VANCOUVER — The Van PD is asking for the local public’s assistance in locating missing 15 year old Jeremy Bessette out of the Vancouver, British Columbia area.

Jeremy was last seen or heard from on July 20, 2017.

There has been an unconfirmed sighting of him at McDonalds on Commercial & Broadway. 

His family is growing increasingly concerned for his well being. 

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Do you know something?

If you have any information in regards to Jeremy’s whereabouts, you are being asked to contact the Van PD at (604) 717-3321 immediately.

Want to stay anonymous?

If you wish to remain anonymous with your information, you are welcome to call Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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14 comments on this report

  • Cindy Whiteway
    July 23, 2017 at 12:20 am
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    Check to make sure that police report is active, only share if there’s a police report!

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    • Jalynne Blaize
      July 24, 2017 at 8:26 pm
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      Question for Cindy: If one of your loved ones went missing and the police sluffed it off as “just another runaway”, or it was a weekend for example and they couldn’t get it posted onto social media for at least TWO days or more…….wouldn’t you be greatful for someone to approach you that does what this group does and get the ball rolling and get your loved ones face out there?

      I understand why the Police stated what they did, because there’s a fine line between a missing kid and an endangered child who shouldn’t have their info put onto the internet to protect them.

      We do our homework. Our reports have been used multiple times by actual Police services across Canada and the United States. I can safely say, one of mine was shared by Police in Canada and it DID NOT have a file number in the report, because there wasn’t anything made up for social media on THEIR end yet.

      There’s a reason why we do this. There isn’t always a police report, but there’s always a devastated family. We do not post young children without police reports and file numbers, and that’s what the main issue is, and we understand that 100%. I’ve had lengthy conversations with police in different provinces about this, so when someone comments blatantly on a post of one of my editors telling others not to share a young man’s missing report, I believe it’s my place to tell everyone why they should share anything that comes from our websites.

      I hope this helps you understand why you need to think critically and logically when it comes to these sorts of things. This report linked directly to a devastated families post trying to find their loved one, because there simply wasn’t a link YET – that should be enough for most people to realize something is serious and not a joke, and to simply keep their eyes open and get their friends to do the same when they’re out and about. Have a great night.

      J.

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  • Cindy Whiteway
    July 23, 2017 at 12:22 am
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    Vancouver pd has issued a warning about sharing missing persons reports, read it first before you share,as some kids and teens are in safe houses for a reason and some people use this method to find them!

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    • Cindy Whiteway
      July 23, 2017 at 5:05 pm
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      Vancouver pd sent out a warning of sharing missing person ads that don’t have a police file number and since I don’t see one posted to confirm police are involved I’m concerned. Either way I hope jeremy is safe !

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    • Cindy Whiteway
      July 23, 2017 at 5:08 pm
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      reason for concern is some kids are in protection for a reason and some people use postings to find them. Sometimes not for the good. Police file should be attached so we can them directly.

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