It’s been 20 years since Sean Conrado Anderson was found in Milton.
At 10:30 a.m. on Dec. 31, 1998, police were called to a farmhouse on Trafalgar Road just north of Derry Road in Milton.
A relative of the property owner, police say, was walking in an unworked field and came across a body.
Detectives from the Homicide Unit responded to the scene and treated the finding as a suspicious death.
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The body was in a frozen state, delaying an immediate post mortem examination.
A further investigation revealed that the body belonged to Anderson.
Anderson, according to police, had been reported as a missing person to Toronto Police earlier that month.
Police say Anderson was last seen alive on Friday Dec. 4, 1998, leaving a strip club bar named EXOTICA located at 137 City View Dr., in Toronto.
Anderson’s cause of death was revealed on Sunday Jan. 3, 1999 following a post mortem examination.
A gunshot to the victim’s head.
Anderson was just 32-years-old.
Photo is courtesy of Halton Police.