Police appeal for leads in one-year-old case of missing man
It’s been one year since a Calgary man left his place of work andhasn’t been seen since but police are hoping to find new information inhis case.
It’s been one year since a Calgary man left his place of work and hasn’t been seen since but police are hoping to find new information in his case.
Bradley Worobeck, 28, went missing last Jan. 18 and while police have no evidence to point to foul play, they don’t know what happened to the missing man.
“We’re essentially at the same spot we were at in the beginning of the investigation. There is absolutely no trace of him,” Const. Scott Guterson said.
Worobeck’s family said this is highly out of character for the man who loved his job at the Palomino Smokehouse and was on his way home that night after stopping at nearby King Henry VIII Pub at 221 8 Ave. SW. After leaving the bar around midnight he phoned home to say he was on his way but hasn’t been seen since. Police say Worobeck usually took Calgary Transit to get home.
Police are hoping to generate leads and are asking for anyone with information to contact them.