Man’s disappearance considered a homicide
The RCMP is now treating the disappearance of a 25-year-old man from Grande Prairie as a homicide investigation.
Adrian Jordan Snider was reported missing March 31. Last week, the RCMP said it had “strong reasons” to believe the man may have been the victim of foul play.
On Tuesday, officers from the Grande Prairie detachment, as well as members from the RCMP’s police dog services and special tactical operations, searched a rural area outside of Grande Prairie.
A search warrant was previously executed at a residence in Grande Prairie’s east end in relation to Snider’s disappearance. No one was arrested or charged.
RCMP say his family last had contact with him in early March. Police found out he had moved out of a Grande Prairie residence three weeks before he was reported missing. He has connections with Chilliwack and Abbotsford, B.C.
He is six-foot-three, about 195 pounds, with brown hair and eyes. After the photo was taken, he had a tattoo put on his face. It is of a smile sewn shut. The Grande Prairie RCMP are asking the public to call them or Crime Stoppers if they have any information about the missing man.