Alberta RCMP find missing man’s remains on Stoney Nakoda First Nation

Alberta RCMP have found the remains of a 41-year-old man who has been missing since November.

Police said Tuesday that Bradley Holloway’s remains were found on Stoney Nakoda First Nation on Monday. RCMP have not provided details about his death or whether it is being considered suspicious.

Holloway, a father of eight, was last seen in Morley, Alta., on Nov. 22, 2019, according to RCMP.

Marjorie Holloway wants to know what happened to her son and is wondering how she is going to cope without seeing him again.

“This has really brought a lot of pain, a lot of heartache knowing that he will never come back home again,” she said through tears.

Holloway said she is in shock over her family’s loss.

“He was very kind. Even though he had nothing, he was always there to offer help to other people,” she said.

Lena Rider said her cousin Bradley felt like a brother to her, adding that he was well-known in the community.

“I’d like to remember Bradley as a very loving, caring, humble person,” she said.

“He wasn’t a troublemaker. He had peace everywhere. He lived life to the fullest even though he was just on his legs getting everywhere.”

Rider said her cousin was independent.

“Bradley would never get lost in the bushes or in the mountains; he was a mountain man and he was a natural horseman,” she said.

That his remains were found is simultaneously good and bad news, Rider said, adding that her family organized their own search operations.

“I’m just so glad they found his remains. Now we’ve got closure, but the justice system is so messed up, I don’t know if justice will be done,” she said.

“It’s sad to see my auntie hurt so much with no answers.”

RCMP said they will be providing an update on Wednesday.

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