David Allan Chevrier
Missing since: June 22nd, 1994
Year of birth: 1968
Age at disappearance: 25
Bio group: Indigenous (First Nations)
Eye colour: Brown
Hair: Black brush cut
Height: 183 cm / 6 ft
Weight: 73 kg / 161 lb
Build: slender / thin
Last seen wearing: a black sleeveless top and grey sweatpants
Possibly spotted walking along the shoreline of Lake Nipissing
David lives with schizophrenia and an intellectual disability, and is known to experience seizures. At the time he was reported missing, he was a resident of a group home on McIntyre Street West. He was last seen wearing a black sleeveless top and grey sweatpants and was possibly spotted walking along the shoreline of Lake Nipissing and on the grounds of St. Joseph’s Mother House in North Bay.
At the time of his disappearance, North Bay Police searched several locations where he was known to wander, followed up on several suspected sightings, conducted several interviews with people who knew him, and, with the assistance of the Ontario Provincial Police's Helicopter Unit, conducted an extensive search along the shoreline of Lake Nipissing and surrounding areas.
The search met with negative results.
Submit a tip
Anyone with information that may help us with this investigation is asked to call the North Bay Police Service at 705-497-5555 (and select option 9 to speak to a police officer), or visit us in person at 135 Princess Street West, North Bay.
For those who wish to remain anonymous, contact Near North Crime Stoppers by telephone toll-free at 1-800-222-8477, or submit a tip online at nearnorthcrimestoppers.com.
On Thursday June 23rd 2016, as part of its ongoing series of updates on all of its unsolved missing person investigations, the North Bay Police Service hosted a media conference to discuss David Chevrier's case. David's sister was invited to take part. Below is a list of media coverage generated from this event.
CTV Northern Ontario: North Bay police bring a 22-year disappearance case back into the spotlight
Baytoday.ca: Police re-vist 22-year old cold case
North Bay Nugget: Police seek information in 22-year old case
Sudbury Star: North Bay family seeks end to heartache
Moose 106.3 FM and MyNorthBayNow.com: Police provide details in 22-year old missing person case
Rogers Radio (101.9 FM The Fox, Kiss 100.5 FM and Country 600 AM CKAT): Unsolved but not forgotten
Cogeco TV aired their broadcast on TV on Thursday June 23rd at 5:30 p.m., 6 p.m. and 11 p.m.
CBC Radio "Up North": North Bay Police highlight unsolved cases involving missing people
NorthBayNipissing.com - Sisters waiting 22 years for information on brother missing from North Bay