Cameron Collin missing Billings, Montana
November 3 – Cameron Collin was found deceased at Pryor Creek south of Billings on Friday.
Cameron Collin, 37, was last seen on Oct. 4, 2018 at a bachelor party on the 5100 block of Pryor Road in Billings, Montana. Cam traveled from Airdrie, Alberta Canada to Montana to celebrate his college roommate’s wedding. Around 10:45 p.m., on Oct. 4, the group decided to go to a nearby bar, but Cam was not feeling well and stayed behind. When the group returned Cam was gone.
In a recent interview with the Calgary Eyeopener, Julia Collin, Cam’s sister said “she has heard her brother was intoxicated, that the group returned around midnight and assumed he was asleep on a bed in a trailer, and that his disappearance was reported Oct. 7 after he didn’t show up to the wedding.”
Cam had also booked a motel room in town for the night, but he never checked in. Cam’s belonging were found at the Pryor Road residence. No one has seen him since.
There was a lead that he may have been seen walking along the Old Highway 87 toward Billings that same night. The tracking on his cellphone shows he might have headed in that direction.
The reward for information leading to Cam Collin’s safe return is $10,000.
Cam Collin is 6’5″ tall, 200 pounds. He was last seen wearing a long-sleeve black shirt with “Affliction” on it, jeans and cowboy boots. He has a gap between his two front teeth
If you know where he is, please call Yellowstone County Sheriffs 406-256-2929.