Foul play suspected in disappearance of missing Brantford, Ontario man

Brantford police say foul play is now suspected in the disappearance of 22-year-old Brayden Ferrall.

It has been five weeks since Ferrall was first reported missing by friends and family.

Back in February, police described his disappearance as “out of character.”

A dedicated tip line was created to collect information that could help investigators locate Ferrall.

“Since the time he was last seen, police have interviewed known associates and friends,” said Brantford police in a news release. “Additionally, multiple canvasses have been conducted in an effort to obtain any information or video that may be available to assist in locating Brayden.”

Police say due to the circumstances surrounding Ferrall’s disappearance and the information learned to date, detectives now suspect foul play is involved.

“If you know something, regardless of how minor you think it is to the investigation, we need you to come forward and report it to police,” said lead investigator Det. Cst. Torek in a news release.

Police previously said Ferrall did not own a vehicle and was known to frequent the area of Eagle Place.

He is described as being five-foot-ten, 175 lbs, with a medium build and short brown hair.

Police are asking anyone with information on his whereabouts to contact the dedicated tip line at 519-756-7050, ext. 2800 or email

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