UPDATED: MISSING PERSON: Mathew Allan Tomm, 40 Years of Age, Last Seen August 13th, 2016 • Edmonton, Alberta

Please share. EPS is asking for help finding Mathew Allan Tomm of Edmonton, Alberta.

UPDATE: It is with heavy hearts that we inform, Mathew Tomm has been located deceased.

Here is the obituary for Mathew A. Tomm.

May he rest in eternal peace.

To Mathew’s closest friends, family and co-workers, our hearts go out to you with out deepest condolences.

ORIGINAL ARTICLE: The Edmonton Police Service is asking for the public’s assistance in locating missing 40 year old Mathew Allan Tomm out of the Edmonton area.

He was last seen in Edmonton during the morning hours of Saturday, August 13th, 2016, driving a grey 2012 four door Nissan Versa with the license plate ‘BJR 0222’.

Mathew Allan Tomm is described as:
  • A Caucasian male
  • 40 years of age
  • Brown hair and hazel eyes
  • 6 feet tall
  • weighing 160 pounds
Missing, Edmonton - Mathew Allan Tomm / EPS
Mathew Allan Tomm / EPS

The EPS says that there are no indications or reasons to believe that Tomm has undergone foul play of any kind, his family is certainly concerned for his well-being.

Have info?

If you have any information in regards to Tomm’s whereabouts, you are asked to contact the EPS at 780.423.4567 or #377 via mobile.

If you wish to remain anonymous with your information, you may call Crime Stoppers at 1.800.222.8477 or submit the tip online at www.tipsubmit.com.

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STORY CONTINUES BELOW
View the official EPS news release

Thank you for your help in locating Mathew Allan Tomm.

As with all missing persons in Alberta, we at Edmonton Talks News strive to be on top of these kinds of things, informing our followers about our missing neighbours in as quick a fashion as possible. With that said, please let us know if you know of a missing person through a friend, family or colleague, and we will help them spread the word as quickly as possible. We understand that with missing persons, it is crucial that the information be released immediately, as the first 24 to 48 hours can be the most important in bringing these missing people back home safe and unharmed.

Thank you for your continued efforts in helping us spread the word about missing persons in and around Edmonton. We ask that you share articles of this nature on all social media platforms in order to reach the broadest local user base as possible.


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