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The Disappearance of Matthew Robillard
Sounds like the guy got tired of his old life and decided to disappear and start a new one.

Matthew Robillard's Lethbridge Disappearance A Hoax: Police

Police in southern Alberta say the disappearance of a young family man late last week was a hoax. Matthew Aaron Robillard's relatives called police Thursday when the 25-year-old Lethbridge man failed to show up for work at a Scotiabank in nearby Picture Butte. His car was later discovered with a smashed window in an industrial area near the Calgary airport. Media reported his keys, wallet and phone had been left in the car along with a strange package of cigarettes. He apparently didn't smoke. Investigators found Robillard, a married father of a six-month-old baby, Saturday morning in a Calgary hotel.
Categories: Law/Police/Crime
Posted by The Curator on Thu Feb 07, 2013
Comments (1)
I had one of these decades ago. He kept showing back up like a chronic illness. I did finally get rid of him though and the State paid for the refuse to be removed.
Posted by hulitoons  in  Abingdon, Maryland  on  Fri Feb 08, 2013  at  01:17 PM
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