The vehicle belonging to missing Markham man Eugene Kim has been found in Laurier Township, Ont., south of North Bay, with unidentified human remains inside.
The OPP received a call about an abandoned car and officers found the car around 3:30 p.m. Thursday.
The remains have not yet been identified, but an autopsy will be done.
Kim, a 38-year-old father of two, was last seen around 7 a.m. on Oct. 2, 2017, near his home in the area of Bayview Avenue and Royal Orchard Boulevard.
He reportedly told his wife he would be home late that day because he had a big meeting.
The last time anyone heard from Kim was late that night when his wife received a text message from him saying he couldn’t talk. It was the last message in a series of messages saying he’d be late.
According to the family, Kim did not show up for work that day, having called in sick that morning.
Police said at the time that Kim had a camping permit for Algonquin Park and made a phone call from somewhere in the North Bay area.
Family members said they didn’t know why Kim would be in North Bay.