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O.F.A.H. calls on hunters for help in search for missing child

OFAH FILE: 842
October 31, 2008

For immediate release

O.F.A.H. calls on hunters for help in search for missing child

The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (O.F.A.H.), the largest nonprofit conservation based organization in Ontario, with 83,000 members and 655 member clubs across the province, and 7,876 members in Barrie and the surrounding area, is asking its members and others in the outdoors community to aid in the search for 15 year old Brandon Crisp, missing from his home since Thanksgiving.

Hunters are well versed with their natural surroundings. With deer season starting November 3rd in many areas, all hunters, particularly those hunting in or around the Barrie area over the next two weeks, are urged to pay careful attention to anything out of the ordinary, such as ground displacements or depressions; garbage bags; sleeping bags; comforter/blankets; clothing; personal items like a knapsack or anything else that seems out of place.

Brandon is described as being 5′ 3