Connor Tully, Peterborough, Ontario – he is in mourning as the community grapples with the tragic discovery of missing resident, Connor Tully. After being reported missing, the 23-year-old has been found deceased, leaving his loved ones and the city in shock. Connor Tully, a longtime resident of Peterborough, Ontario, passed away just days after he was reported missing. The circumstances surrounding the cause of his untimely death have not been disclosed to the public as of the time of this publication.
Born and raised in Peterborough, Ontario, Connor Tully was deeply rooted in the community. He was a graduate of St. Peter Catholic Secondary School and pursued higher education at Trent University. Connor exemplified what it meant to be a wonderful person, known for his calming presence and exceptional kindness. He touched the hearts of many and served as an inspiration to everyone who had the privilege of knowing him.
Connor’s friends fondly remember him for his funny and unique personality. He embraced his individuality and was never afraid to express it, endearing himself to those around him. His friends described him as someone always ready to share a laugh, making his presence a bright and uplifting one.
The search for Connor Tully had garnered attention and concern from both the police and his family. He was last seen at his residence near the intersection of St. Catherine Street and Cameron Street on Sunday, August 6th, 2023. Now, the community mourns his loss and extends its deepest sympathies to his family and friends.
Whereabouts Unknown shared a post on facebook, showing condulances to the family. She stated that:
“CONNOR TULLY has been located. Our Whereabouts Unknown team sends our condolences, thoughts and prayers to his loving family, friends and community. 23-year-old CONNOR TULLY disappeared from Peterborough, ON on Sunday, August 6, 2023. He was last seen around the area of St Catharine’s and Cameron Streets in that community. Connor is 5’8” with a slim build, red hair, freckles and blue eyes. Connor’s family has serious concerns for his safety. If you have seen him please call police, Crimestoppers, or send us a confidential dm”.
The Peterborough Police Service had sought the help of the community in locating Connor Tully when he was reported missing. Now, as they face the somber reality of his passing, the focus shifts to understanding the circumstances surrounding his death. Anyone with information related to this case is encouraged to contact the Peterborough Police at 705-876-1122 x225 or reach out to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or online at www.stopcrimehere.ca. The community’s support and solidarity are crucial during this difficult time.