|Date Of Disappearance :||November 5, 1960|
|Location Of Disappearance :||Algoma, Ontario|
|Age At Disappearance :||33 years|
|Height (estimate) :||Unknown|
|Weight (estimate) :||Unknown|
|Hair Colour :||Black|
|Eye Colour :||Unknown|
|Aliases :||PICATO, Andrew|
|Dental Information :||Unknown|
|Medical Information :||Unknown|
|Notable Identifiers :||Unknown|
|Other Personal Items :||Unknown|
|Additional Information :||
On the day of his disappearance, Andrew left his base camp on Brunswick Lake in Algoma to check his trap line. His trap line was about 8 km long and located near Ericson Creek.
When Andrew did not return, a small search party was organized on November 13, 1060. The group did find a rifle leaning against a tree and were able to confirm that it belonged to Andrew. Continuing their search the following day, the searchers travelled to a camp on Ericson Creek where they found a half eaten beaver.
A year after his disappearance, searchers returned to inspect the camp and trap line. Unfortunately, there were no indicators that either had been visited.
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|Case Reference :||OPP CR 56-60 – NCMPUR 2014001826|
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|Last Modified :||April 4, 2022|