OPP hope to generate new information about murder of David Oliver with billboards


The Kettle of Stony Point First Nation hopes two new billboards will help solve the murder of David Oliver.

The 29 year-old member of the Chippewa Nation was killed three years ago.

Oliver was reported missing on July 31, 2020 and just 2 days later, his body was found a short distance away from his red Dodge Ram pick-up truck. His body was found Aug. 2, 2020 near the former army camp.

The OPP says an extensive investigation is being conducted with both the OPP and the Anishinabek Police Service following up on a number of tips, however no one has been arrested.

The billboards will be erected at the Anishinabek Police Service detachment on Kettle Point First Nation and at the corner of Lakeshore Road and Highway 21.

There is also a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for Oliver’s death.

Last year, on the anniversary of his death, Oliver’s family and friends remembered him “David is remembered by his family and friends “as a great student, talented athlete and a loving and caring man” according to a Crime Stoppers’ news release.

A dedicated tip line has been set up by the OPP. It’s 1-833-525-8477.