RCMP in New Brunswick are now investigating the disappearance of Brady Sherman-Tompkins as a homicide, while disclosing new information about where the man's remains may be.
Sherman-Tompkins was last seen on Aug. 29, 2019 in Richmond Settlement and had been living in Moncton at the time. He spoke by a phone to a family member four days later from an unknown location.
In October 2020, the RCMP's major crime unit deemed Sherman-Tompkins's disappearance as suspicious.
According to a police news release issued Monday, Sherman-Tompkins's remains may be in a wooded area between Carrolls Crossing and Berry Mills, N.B.
There also may be a burned vehicle connected to the investigation in the same area, said the release.
Police are releasing a map of the area and are asking those in the area to contact them if they find a burned vehicle, remains or personal belongings "or anything that could be suspicious."
Sherman-Tompkins was 25 at the time of his disappearance. He is described as about six feet seven inches and141 pounds, and has a slim build, short brown hair, blue eyes and braces.