BOISE, Idaho — Wednesday, December 4, marks the 15th anniversary of Boise man Ahren Barnard's disappearance. The Boise Police Department is still searching for answers in the open investigation.
Boise Police do not have suspects or evidence of foul play, but detectives do believe Barnard was endangered when he went missing. Barnard's family believes he would try to contact his loved ones if he were able to.
Ahren "Benji" Benjamin Barnard, born in 1969, was last seen on December 4, 2004 at a fast food restaurant on Cole and Overland in Boise. He is described as having dark hair, is 5'10" and weighs around 180 pounds. Barnard has brown eyes and a scar on his left arm.
Detectives have received multiple tips throughout the years since Barnard's disappearance and continue to follow up on new leads, some as recent as this past summer. Investigators have found a handful of persons of interest and are searching for people with more information. If you have any information about the case, contact CrimeStoppers at 208-343-COPS.
There will be a candelight vigil at the Boise Police Department at 7:15 p.m. on December 4 and the community is invited to attend.
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