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The Disappearance of Trevor Andrews

The Disappearance of Trevor Andrews


Case File Overview


Trevor* John Andrews disappeared from London, Ontario on October 28th, 2009. The 26-year-old was last seen around 11:30PM on Oakville Ave. near Huron St. and Clarke Rd.

Trevor left his friend Christine Acker’s house and headed to catch the bus home to the apartment he shared with his father Rick.

When Rick returned home after being away for a few days, he found his son missing. He was instantly concerned when Trevor was not home but his backpack was hanging on the door. Trevor’s father explained, “He never went anywhere for long without it. That was my first clue something was wrong.” By November 1st, Trevor’s family had reported him missing to London Police Service.

Police eventually questioned Trevor’s family and friends. They also conducted a search of the area where Trevor was last seen and interviewed area residents. Authorities were not able to confirm if Trevor actually boarded the bus on the evening he disappeared.

The investigation uncovered no sign of Trevor; he remains missing.

Trevor is a Caucasian male, with short light brown hair and green eyes. He is approximately 6 feet tall (183 cm) and roughly 170 pounds (77 kg). Trevor has a birthmark on his left cheek. When he was last seen he was carrying a No Frills yellow shopping bag containing bottles of beer. When he vanished, Trevor was wearing a white t-shirt, white hooded sweatshirt, and white Reebok running shoes with black trim.

*I have seen both “Trevor” and “Trever” reported but decided on Trevor because it is the spelling circulated by London Police Service.


Case File Theories


Ran off to party/Left to start a new life

Did Trevor merely run off to party? Police were slow to investigate Trevor’s disappearance. In fact, they did not release a missing person notification in this case until November 10th, thirteen days after Trevor was last seen. The police only considered him a missing person when he failed to keep a meeting with his probation officer.

Trevor was a young man struggling with drug addiction, so the authorities likely at first believed he had taken off to party and would eventually show up again when he was ready. This had happened occasionally in the past, but if it was the case this time he would have returned within a few days. He never did.

Or, perhaps, did Trevor disappear because he left town to start a new life? Trevor had domestic issues with his ex-partner and the subsequent legal problems could have compelled him to begin anew in a different town. Regardless, I think this theory is highly improbable. Trevor was in constant contact with his family and friends. He called them so often, “he was considered a bit of a pest.” I doubt he ran off to start a new life and never contacted his loved ones again.

Also, Trevor’s future was finally starting to brighten. He was in counselling and had a son with his ex-partner who he adored. He was actively working to have better visitation rights. Trevor also had an appointment lined up to check out a new apartment, a sign of his growing stability and independence. He was even talking about going back to school. Considering all of the above, I would be hard pressed to believe he disappeared willingly.

Foul play

Did someone murder Trevor? Sadly, this is the most likely scenario. From the very beginning, Trevor’s family hoped for the best but suspected the worst; his disappearance was disturbingly out of character. They knew the outgoing, chatty young man would have stayed in constant contact if at all possible. Also, he had abandoned all of his belongings and there has been zero activity on his bank accounts.

There are, however, countless unanswered questions. Was Trevor attacked on his way to the bus? Or did he decide to make a detour and visit someone he knew? Was he killed by a stranger, acquaintance, or friend? And if Trevor was murdered, what was the motivation? Did his troubled relationship with his ex-partner play a role, or maybe a new relationship he was in? Did his drug use somehow cause his disappearance and suspected death? Did he, for example, stop off somewhere on his way home to purchase drugs and something went terribly wrong? Until some of the answers to these questions are known it is doubtful Trevor will be found.

Photo of missing person Trevor John Andrews
Source: London Police Service

What do you think happened to Trevor?

Trevor’s case receives startlingly little coverage. Trevor’s sister, Kelly Andrews, explained to the media why she believes this is the case: Trevor has been stereotyped. At the time of his disappearance he had a low socioeconomic status, legal issues, and struggled with a drug problem. This is not the “type” of missing person who often receives a lot of media coverage and police attention.

It is crucial to remember, however, that Trevor is a father, son, brother, uncle, grandson, nephew, and friend. He is loved and missed by his family, especially his son, and his case deserves attention and resources.

Debbie Harding, Trevor’s mother, is pleading with the public to spread the word about Trevor’s case and to provide any information they might have. She explains, “Ultimately it is the public we need help from. There will be no closure without support of the community.”

If you have any information about Trevor’s disappearance, call London Police Service at 519 661-5670 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS. Trevor’s family has advertised a $10,000 reward for information that leads to Trevor’s whereabouts.

Related Reading

Trevor John Andrews – London Police Service file overview

Trevor John Andrews – Ontario’s Missing Adults file overview

“Disappearance of Londoner Trevor Andrews Remains Unsolved”The London Free Press article

Interested in missing persons cases? Check out the disappearance of DA Ray Gricar and the mysterious vanishing of news anchor Jodi Huisentruit.

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  1. Todd Todd

    Because of the illegal drug use in the past and legal issues I am the kind of guy who believes it’s probably a drug murder, I’m stereotyping, I know that, but it’s a very good possibility .
    I truly hope I’m wrong

    • Christine Christine

      Hi Todd. I agree with you. Drugs could have a played a role in Trevor’s disappearance. However, they also might not have. And either way, his loved ones still deserve answers. Hopefully one day someone who knows something comes forward and Trevor is found. This is a local case for me, and I think about Trevor often. Thanks for reading and sharing your thoughts!

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