Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance
Details of Disappearance
On September 29th 1996 police were contacted by a friend to report his 3 hunting partners, including Glen Mymryk and were overdue from a hunting trip. He also advised he found one of the barrels from the boat they took, floating towards shore and he could see something on the lake through the binoculars but was unsure what it was. The three men left the in a loaded boat and got halfway to their destination when they decided the water conditions were too bad and they turned around. The men were bailing but the waves were too much, the motor stalled and they capsized. Mymryk was last seen floating away soon after the boat capsized. The lone survivor was rescued 7 hours after the incident and indicate the other 2 men he was with had drowned. Numerous water and land searches have been conducted with negative results. It is presumed he has drowned.
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Royal Canadian Mounted Police