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Police continue to search Barrie teen's Xbox for clues to his disappearance

BARRIE - City police hope the answers in a central Ontario teen's disappearance could be right at their fingertips.
Police continue to work closely with Microsoft officials to track down Brandon Crisp's online gaming pals.
The 15-year-old boy ran away from his Barrie home earlier this month after his parents took away his Xbox game console, which is manufactured by Microsoft.
"Microsoft has opened up all the channels it can, but they still have to stay within legal parameters," Sergeant Dave Goodbrand said today.

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TheTimeDoctor4268d ago (Edited 4268d ago )

this is all well and good, but how about they do some real police work?

Omegasyde4268d ago

I highly doubt this kid ran off with another gamer. He is probally watching the media events at a friends house laughing.

Think the Simpson episode when Bart put a speaker at the bottom of the well to confuse people.

Kid was old enough to know better and I highly doubt he was kidnapped. Then again I hope I am actually right.