Agonizing wait for Quintin Bingley's family continues
Quintin Bingley's family is still waiting and hoping.
Skeletal remains were discovered in the Welland Canal in St.Catharines on January 4th during a search for the missing St.Catharines teen.
Bingley, a smart and handsome 18 year old went missing May 25th after being dropped off at his home by friends.
Bingley's family had been told it could take 30-60 days for DNA results to come back to show whether the remains are that of Bingley.
Quintin's grandmother Sandra Bingley tells CKTB News while she understands the situation fits, they are still hoping and praying he will be found alive.
She says they are just taking things day-by-day at this point.
To read more about Quintin's life click here.
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