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UPDATED: MISSING PERSON • Christopher Callaghan • 44 Years of Age • Peterborough, Ontario

UPDATED: MISSING PERSON • Christopher Callaghan • 44 Years of Age • Peterborough, Ontario

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Please help spread the word about missing Christopher Callaghan out of Peterborough.

UPDATE: We are pleased to inform that Christopher Callaghan has been located, and he is indeed safe and sound.

Many thanks to all who have taken a moment to share this report, helping to located Christopher.


PETERBOROUGH — The Peterborough Police Service is asking for the public’s assistance in locating missing 44-year-old Christopher Callaghan out of the Peterborough area.

Christopher was last seen at approximately 7 p.m. on October 19th, 2016, as he was leaving his Old Norwood Road residence. He was driving his 2011 grey GMC Sierra pick-up Ontario plates 915 1TK. 

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Christopher is described as:

• Gender: Male.
• Hair: Brown, short.
• Height: 6’1″.
• Weight: 230 lbs.

Have any information? If you have any information in regards to Christopher’s whereabouts, you are being asked to contact the Peterborough Police Service at (705) 876-1122.

If you wish to remain anonymous with your helpful information, you are more than welcome to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477, or submit your tip online at tipsubmit.ca.

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9 comments on this report

  • Jason Polsinelli
    October 21, 2016 at 5:55 PM
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    Went to adult stuff. Wasn’t there a rule that someone had to be missing for a certain amount of time before the police were called? Ya know, just in case they were doing something they happen to not tell others?

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    • Ontario Missing Report
      October 21, 2016 at 6:01 PM
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      False. There is no specified time to wait. The whole “24 hour” wait rule is completely false. It is a myth that has gotten way out of control for some unknown reason.

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    • Jason Polsinelli
      October 21, 2016 at 6:05 PM
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      It should be tho. Unless it’s a child or someone with a psychological problem. I shouldn’t have the police called as an adult just because someone doesn’t know where I am. If I wanted you to know, I would tell you.

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    • Luke Maynard
      October 21, 2016 at 6:43 PM
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      I’m pretty sure there are checks and balances in place against abuse of they system. if you randomly call somebody because your 50-year-old husband’s out three hours late and you don’t know what he’s up to, that’s a totally different thing than if your 75-year-old husband never came home from his walk in the ravine.

      It’s almost like the people who take reports have judgment and can tell the different between clingy checking up on someone and a genuine potential threat. In the latter case, the first 24 hours are the most important, whether we’re talking about an old man lying in a ravine, or a kid stolen from the pool, or any of the other genuine missing-person situations in which waiting a day or two based on urban legend about missing person reports could make a fatal difference.

      It would be unreasonable to tie the hands of police by imposing a rule about when they can and can’t look for somebody. I’m sure stalky spouses call them all the time with vexatious missing persons cases, and I’m equally sure they’re skilled at separating serious situations from the nonsense calls before they embarrass someone with a public announcement.

      Whatever the reason this was worth bringing forward, I’m glad he’s home safe.

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  • Jeannette Grahame
    October 21, 2016 at 4:42 PM
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    kawarthaNOW.com reported at 4:30 p.m. that “Police advise Christopher Callaghan has been located safe and sound and thank everyone for their assistance.”

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