We kindly ask that you share this post with everyone in the Edmonton area.
UPDATE, August 2, 2016, 10:35 PM: It is with heavy hearts that we announce Nicolis Campbell’s body has been found earlier today.
Our condolences go out to Christine Carrier (his girlfriend), Sandra Hall (his mother), and all other family and friends that this loss will take a great toll on.
May you rest in peace, young man. Taken too soon.
ORIGINAL POST: MISSING — Nicolis Campbell, who goes by the name Nicky Nick on Facebook, has been missing since the early morning hours of Wednesday, July 27, 2016.
His girlfriend Christine Carrier, known as Krissy Tree on Facebook, has filed a police report with the Edmonton Police Service on Thursday morning.
The pair of them – originally from Fredericton, New Brunswick – moved to Edmonton and Hinton in April and May of this year respectively.
Campbell is a wildfire fighter based in Hinton, Alberta. He recently got time off, and does not need to report back to work until Tuesday, August 2, 2016.
Nicolis enjoys the great outdoors, and likes to take his white 1998 Jeep out to the bushes for enjoyment. He has recently lost his cellphone, and so he has no way of contacting anyone. His girlfriend informs us that he has been going through some emotional struggles as of late.
This is Campbell’s Jeep:
It is very much unlike Campbell to go missing like this without contacting his girlfriend, friends, co-workers or family. Nobody knows where he took off to on Wednesday morning. He left alone.
His girlfriend Christine writes:
I love him more than life itself, I miss him and extremely worried and so is his family and we need to find him! […] Knowing him he may have drove along dirt roads between Edmonton and Hinton.Christine Carrier
STORY CONTINUES BELOW
STORY CONTINUES BELOW
HAVE INFORMATION? — Christine and Sandra Hall (Nicolis’ mother) are extremely worried about Campbell’s well being. If you’ve seen or heard anything about him, you are being asked to contact Carrier at 506.961.9119, Hall at 902.449.2281 or 902.252.1788, and if you wish, the Edmonton Police Service at 780.423.4567 or Crime Stoppers at 1.800.222.8477. Although the EPS has not made public a media release about his disappearance, they know that he is in fact missing.
Let’s keep our hopes high that Nicolis Campbell is in fact alright, and that he will return home soon.
Please do your part by spreading the word about his disappearance.