VANCOUVER, B.C. — In 2007, 18-year-old Bryan Braumberger disappeared without a trace, leaving behind his family, friends and job. Investigators say the young man didn’t have any criminal associations or a police record.
He was last seen on June 1, 2007 in Coquitlam, driving south on Marmont Street, from Austen Road.
Only a few hours later, investigators found Braumberger’s car in the parking lot of a seniors’ complex in Burnaby where his grandfather lived. The red, 1988 Honda CRX still had keys inside and the lights on. Braumberger’s parents said their son would never have abandoned his car, to which he referred to as his baby. They’re still looking for answers about what happened to their son.
If you have any information about what happened to Bryan Braumberger, please contact police or if you wish to remain anonymous, visit British Columbia Crime Stoppers or call 1-800-222-8477.
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