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Case File 230DMON

Left: Nixon, circa 1984;  Right: age-enhanced by 22 years

David Nixon
Missing since July 6, 1984 from Hamilton, Ontario Canada.
Classification: Endangered Missing

Vital Statistics

Circumstances of Disappearance
Nixon was last seen leaving his residence in Hamilton, Ontario Canada on July 6, 1984.

At the time of his disappearance, David Nixon was living on his own but would visit his family on an almost daily basis. On July 6, 1984 David visited with his mother but left the family home around 11:00 a.m.

David's uncle ran into David in downtown Hamilton near King and James Streets. His uncle invited him for coffee but David declined saying that he was meeting someone and was already running late. He then walked westbound on King Street West from James Street.

There was some speculation that David may have traveled to England to visit with a female friend that he had been exchanging letters with. David had left unexpectedly once before to visit British Columbia. Upon his arrival, David contacted his family. David had a very good relationship with his family and it is very uncharacteristic for him to not be in contact with them.

David was a religious person who would often read the bible. He also received and read literature from the World Wide Church of God in British Columbia. He had worked in retail sales, pizza delivery, manual labor type positions and had sold Amway products at one time.
He spent time on the west coasts of Canada and the United States in 1982. The Nixon family has traveled across Canada in search of David. They believe that David has been the victim of foul play.

If you have any information concerning Nixon's whereabouts, please contact:
Hamilton Regional Police Service
Detective Dave Brady

All information may be submitted on an anonymous basis.

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Source Information:
Hamilton Police

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