The pursuit for 17-year-old Tyson Blair MacDonald, who went missing from the tranquil town of Caledonia, Prince Edward Island on November 14, has culminated in a tragic discovery.
Today, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police leading the relentless investigation sadly confirmed the discovery of Tyson’s lifeless body, casting a shadow of grief over the community and prompting contemplation on the circumstances of his disappearance.
Tyson Blair MacDonald was last seen entering a dark black or potentially dark blue 4-door Honda Civic, estimated to be a model between 2010 and 2012. The vehicle is recognizable by its yellow aftermarket fog lights and black steel rims, resembling those commonly used for winter tires. Notably, it sports a prominently displayed “G” driver permit sticker on the windshield and notably dark-tinted side windows.
The woman seen with Tyson MacDonald is described as Caucasian, slender, with dark shoulder-length hair, and was wearing a tank top. Her distinguishing feature is a unique flower tattoo on her forearm, depicting a black tulip with two leaves on one side and one leaf on the other. Additionally, she bears a smaller unspecified tattoo on her shoulder, offering vital identifying characteristics for those involved in the search.
These detailed descriptions are vital in ongoing efforts to locate Tyson MacDonald and understand the circumstances surrounding his disappearance.
The search for 17-year-old Tyson Blair MacDonald, missing since November 14 from Caledonia, Prince Edward Island, has ended tragically with the discovery of his deceased body.
On the evening of Tuesday, December 19, 2023, significant progress was made in the puzzling case surrounding Tyson’s disappearance. The Prince Edward Island Royal Canadian Mounted Police (PEI RCMP) swiftly apprehended two youths suspected of involvement in his mysterious vanishing.
However, the investigation took a sorrowful turn when, in the early hours of Wednesday, December 20, 2023, RCMP found human remains on Sorrie Road in Milltown Cross. Identification efforts are underway in collaboration with the Provincial Coroner.
UPDATE: After a nearly week-long search for missing teen Tyson Blair Macdonald, PEI RCMP says two youth have now been arrested in connection with his disappearance and homicide. Please keep his family in your prayers. #TheAWAREFoundation pic.twitter.com/6bxYMFhWHL
— The AWARE Foundation (@aware_the) December 21, 2023
The RCMP continues its meticulous evidence gathering, underscoring their dedication to uncovering the circumstances behind Tyson MacDonald’s disappearance. Authorities urgently call upon individuals with pertinent information to come forward and aid the ongoing investigation.
If you possess information that could assist the RCMP, please contact them directly at 902-566-7112. Alternatively, anonymous information can be shared via PEI Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).