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Durham Regional Police say 52-year-old Jeffrey Boucher is an avid runner and it’s believed he set out for a routine run on Monday, but he has not been seen or heard from since.
Durham Regional Police say 52-year-old Jeffrey Boucher is an avid runner and it’s believed he set out for a routine run on Monday, but he has not been seen or heard from since.

Police to search waterfront for signs of missing Whitby, Ont. jogger Add to ...

Police say they’ll resume a search Monday at a waterfront area of Whitby, Ont., for any sign of a 52-year-old man who disappeared almost three weeks ago.

Investigators say they have turned up no leads in the case of Jeffrey Boucher, who was reported missing after it’s believed he headed out for a morning run on Jan. 13.

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Durham regional police say they will resume the search of waters around the Whitby Pier using an underwater search robot on loan from the Toronto police marine unit.

Investigators say the robot has a camera that will allow officers to search open water around the pier but it will be manned from shore by remote control and no vessels will be on the water.

They also say Monday’s search plans will depend on the weather.

Durham police say there are no new developments in the case and Monday’s search is a routine operation to explore all investigative options.

Earlier this month, police spent several days searching the community east of Toronto using ground, air, canine units, ATVs and a volunteer search team but found no sign of the missing high school teacher.

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