NAPS Outreach Missing Persons Luke Carpenter
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CASE #: CR 81-0147 (No Photo Available)
NAME: Luke CARPENTER
SUMMARY: Luke CARPENTER was a trapper from Attawapiskat First Nation, ON. On September 29 or 30, 1981, he was seen leaving Attawapiskat alone by canoe to go trapping in the Ekwan River. Luke CARPENTER was expected to return on December 1, 1981 by walking a distance of 40 km.

ALIAS: N/A
DATE Last Seen: October 6, 1981
DOB: January 1, 1924
AGE Last Seen: 57
GENDER: Male
RACE: First Nation, Attawapiskat
HEIGHT: 6 feet 2 inches, 188 cm
WEIGHT: 201 lbs, 091 kg
BUILD: Slender
DENTAL: Partial record on file
HAIR: Black
EYES: Brown
UNIQUE FEATURES: Scar on left shin, 11mm. Medical dependency.
CLOTHING: N/A
PERSONAL EFFECTS: N/A
LOCATION Last Seen: 3 miles west of the mouth of the Ekwan River and James Bay, on the Ekwan River, ON. Luke CARPENTER camped at this location overnight and then headed up the river to establish his base camp. He was allegedly in good health at this time.

 

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