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Cst. Sara Beckett


Charles Horvath
Kelowna BC
Surrey England


Mike Bosma
Kelowna BC
Since Jan. 6, 2006


Patty Peterson
Phoenix, AZ. USA


William Pilkenton
Tofino BC

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"Tamara's Walk" - Highway of Tears Awareness Walk This Week
Jaylene Matthews
9/18/2017
Tamara Chipman, Missing since 2005

A group will be walking this week from Prince Rupert to Smithers, raising awareness about those who have gone missing or been murdered along the the so-called Highway of Tears.
This will be the 12-year anniversary of 22-year old Tamara Chipman going missing from Highway 16 - and the group walks in her memory, as well as the memories of the many other missing and murdered Indigenous women.
The walk will coincide with the Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls hearings being held in Smithers the week of Sepetember 25th.
Organizer Gladys Radek says the walk is about solidarity and awareness;
"We have far too many missing people, paticularly aboriginal women and men that are disappearing with no answers for the families. Injustices. I think that my walks have actually benefitted a lot of families, where they have felt alone for a long time. And now they know that you know we share their pictures, and whatnot, and share their stories. I think the fact that families are appreciative - because they have voices now that can, you know, voice their concerns."
This is the seventh walk that Radek has organized to raise awareness for the cause.
The group will depart September 21 from Prince Rupert, and arrive in Smithers on September 25th.
They are asking for donations of fuel cards, Tim Hortons cards or cash.
Assistance in Locating Missing man - Matthew Ohman
Squamish BC - Aboriginal Policing Services
2017-09-19 09:51 PDT - File # 2017-6438

Squamish RCMP is requesting the public's assistance in locating a missing man from Squamish.
Matthew Ohman was last seen on Friday, September 15th, 2017 at approximately 5:00 p.m. in Squamish. Ohman was seen by a family member entering a wooded area off Axen Reserve in Squamish.
Since the report the RCMP has been working with the family of Ohman, the Squamish Nations, as well as Squamish Search and Rescue. Over the weekend there has been several extensive searches of the area and surroundings where Ohman was last seen with negative results.
Description of Matthew Ohman:
First Nations
30 years old
5 ft 8 in
170 lbs
Short dark hair
Brown eyes
He was last seen wearing:
Black ball cap with First Nations design on the front
Black sweater with "Giants" across the chest
Red shorts
Black runners
Carrying a red "Budweiser" cooler bag
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Matthew Ohman is urged to contact their local police, or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS)
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Missing person to locate – Allyssa CROWCHILD

File: 2017-125565 - Date: 2017-09-04
WITH GREAT SADNESS AND OUR PRAYERS ARE WITH TWYLA'S FAMILY
Search ends as missing B.C. filmmaker, activist and mother Twyla Roscovich found deceased


On September 12, 2017 Twyla Jean Roscovich was reported missing to the Port McNeill RCMP.
The search for Twyla Roscovich, a 38-year-old B.C. filmmaker, activist and mother, has come to an end.
Roscovich’s body was found earlier this week, according to posts by friends and family on her Facebook page.
“We are deeply saddened to inform everyone that our dear Twyla’s body has been found,” the post begins. “No foul play is suspected. We request that her family’s privacy be respected at this difficult time.”
Roscovich had been living in Sointula on Malcolm Island and had left on Sept. 6 for Vancouver Island before being reported missing on Tuesday this week. Her car was found in Campbell River, with friends expressing concern that she may have gone into the woods to camp and run into trouble.
“We also wish to express our heartfelt appreciation to those who took part in search efforts, as well as all of those who reached out with concern and support over the last few days,” the post read.
“Twyla is so loved. This coast that she lived and fought for with all of her heart is now a lonelier place for her passing.”
A GoFundMe page is being established, with proceeds supporting Roscovich’s young daughter, who is being cared for by her father.
Roscovich had worked with biologist Alexandra Morton on Salmon Confidential, a documentary following the government cover-up of viruses in B.C. wild salmon. Roscovich had also worked on the NDP’s “Don’t Split the Vote” campaign video, which urged strategic voting to beat Christy Clark’s Liberals.
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Kelowna RCMP say Quinnton Vern Campbell was located last night and is safe.
Missing female- Tara Dawn BROWN
Nanaimo BC
2017-09-15 13:24 PDT - File # 2017-30805

The Nanaimo RCMP is asking for the public's assistance in locating 41 year old Tara Dawn BROWN last seen at approximately 7 pm on Wednesday September 13th. Her disappearance is out of character as she requires daily medication and left her central Nanaimo home without her cell phone or purse. BROWN does not have access to a vehicle and has some personal contacts and family on Vancouver Island.
BROWN is a white female, 5 ft. 5, heavy build with shoulder length brown hair, brown eyes and wears glasses. It is unknown what clothes she is wearing but BROWN often wears head coverings. The pictures provided are recent. If you have any information on the location of Tara Dawn BROWN please call Constable Mike Scott of the Nanaimo RCMP at 250-754-2345.
The Richmond RCMP is seeking the public’s assistance in locating 17-year-old Linhai YU, who was last seen on September 11, 2017.
Richmond, BC

Mr. YU is described as an Asian male, 5'11" and approximately 175 lbs. He was last seen wearing a black hoody with stripes, black pants and black ankle-high boots. Mr. YU wears glasses.
Since his disappearance, Richmond RCMP have pursued a number of investigative avenues in an effort to locate him. Unfortunately, Mr. YU remains missing.
Mr. YU’s family members and friends are extremely worried about his well-being and would appreciate any assistance from the public.
If you have any information that may assist is locating Mr. YU, please call Cpl. Davie BARHA or Cst. Janelle BAL at the Richmond RCMP non- emergency line at 604-278-1212 or Crime Stoppers at 1800-222-8477.
Missing Person – Gabriel Anthony CABRAL
Prince George, General Investigation Services
2017-09-14 07:59 PDT - File # 2017-30713

The Prince George RCMP are requesting the public’s help in locating a missing person that has not been seen in over a week.
On Friday September 8th, 2017, the Prince George RCMP began investigating a report of a missing person, 48 year old Gabriel Anthony CABRAL. CABRAL is a resident of Prince George but is originally from the Burns Lake area.
A thorough investigation is underway. It is believed that CABRAL was last seen on Saturday September 2nd, near the corner of 17th Avenue and Winnipeg Street in Prince George.
Gabriel Anthony CABRAL is described as:
First Nations male
180 cm (5’11)
77 kg (170 lbs)
Thin build
Short black hair with a receding hairline 
Brown eyes
No tattoos
Family and friends have not heard from him, which is out of character. He has been known to travel to Kelowna.
If you have any information about Gabriel Anthony CABRAL or where he might be, please contact the Prince George RCMP at (250)561-3300 or anonymously contact Crime Stoppers at 1(800)222-8477, online at www.pgcrimestoppers.bc.ca (English only), or Text-A-Tip to CRIMES (274637) using keyword pgtips. You do not have to reveal your identity to Crime Stoppers.
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Missing person to locate – Marlyn JOHNSTON-WILLIER
Surrey BC
2017-09-12 14:17 PDT - File # 2017-130070
Have You Seen Missing Man Jack Henderson?
Wednesday, September 13, 2017 - File #: 17-38079

Victoria, BC – Officers are looking for the public’s assistance in locating missing man Jack Henderson.
Jack is described as a 48-year-old Aboriginal man standing five feet, seven inches tall, weighing about 150 lbs. He has brown hair and sometimes wears it in a ponytail.  Jack also has prescription glasses. The photo is from 2013.
Jack was heard from on August 23rd, and reported missing on September 5th.  It is believed that Jack might be in the Vancouver area.
If you have any information on where he may be, please call (250) 995-7654. To report what you know anonymously, please call Greater Victoria Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
Sicamous RCMP are seeking the public's assistance in locating Nicole Bell, 31,
who was last seen on September 2 in Sicamous and reported missing to police on September 7.
Sicamous, BC

Nicole Bell is Caucasian, 4'11" tall, and has blonde hair past her shoulders. She has a piercing in her nose and above her upper lip and occasionally wears glasses.
Police and her family are concerned for her well being as it is out of character for her to have no contact with her family for this length of time. Since her disappearance police have pursued a number of investigative avenues in an effort to locate her but she remains missing.
Anyone with information about the whereabouts of Nicole is asked to contact the Sicamous RCMP at 250-836-2878 or Crime Stoppers, if they wish to remain anonymous, at 1-800-222-8477 quoting file number 2017-1401.
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Margaret COLLEN - Surrey BC

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Police seek public's assistance in locating missing 13-year-old - Brittany Wesley
Atlin, BC

Missing Person Patric Graham
Kitimat BC
File # 2017-2399

Kitimat RCMP are requesting the public’s assistance in locating a missing Kitimat man.
58 year old Patric Graham (goes by Sean) was last seen September 4th, 2017 at 11:30 P.M. His description is as follows:
 Possibly wearing sweatpants and T-shirt
Caucasian looking male
Greying and brown shoulder length hair
Greying and brown facial hair
Brown eyes
Height: 168 cm/5ft 6in
Weight: 66 kg/ 146 lbs
If anyone with information as to the whereabouts of Graham is asked to contact the Kitimat RCMP at 250-632-7111 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or visit their web site at www.crimestoppers.ca.
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RCMP seek your help in locating Duncan woman, 34 - Susan Mitchell

2017-09-10 09:11 PDT - File # 2017-14293
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Lorraine BARRETT - Ridge Meadows
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Missing person to locate: Oliver Wesley

Burnaby BC
2017-09-08 13:28 PDT - File # 2017-40977
$10k reward offered for Abbotsford woman missing since May
Family says Deborah Hycha’s disappearance is out of character
Missing Person – Deborah (Debbie) Ann Hycha

SEE FULL STORY ABBOTSFORD NEWS
APD FILE # 2017-24212 RELEASE # 1

DATE OF RELEASE: June 23, 2017 The Abbotsford Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating 51-yearold Deborah (Debbie) Ann Hycha. Deborah was last seen in Abbotsford on May 10th, 2017. Deborah is known to frequent downtown Abbotsford locations (east Abbotsford).
Deborah is 5’6” tall, 130 lbs, with long brown hair and brown eyes.
Our Mission: To make Abbotsford the safest city in B.C.
Deborah’s family is very concerned for her well-being; we are asking anyone with information about Deborah Hycha or her whereabouts to contact the Abbotsford Police Department at 604-859-5225, text APD at 222973 (abbypd) or email at apdtips@abbypd.ca.
Missing Person to Locate - Jason Wuensche
Penticton bc
2017-06-23 19:01 PDT
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Help RCMP Locate Missing Teen - Dallas MacLeod

North Cowichan\Duncan
2017-09-07 08:19 PDT - File # 2017-13794
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Missing Person Megan EUGENE

Sooke BC
2017-09-06 12:45 PDT - File # 2017-3996
Have You Seen Missing Man Mohamed Aziz?
Saturday, September 2, 2017
File #:17-37314

Victoria, BC – Officers are asking for the public’s assistance in locating missing man Mohamed Aziz.
Mohamed is described as a 83-year-old Middle Eastern man standing five feet, six inches tall, weighing about 160 lbs. He is described as balding with bushy eyebrows. It has now been determined that he was last wearing a dark grey jacket, black pants, blue socks and a cream coloured Tilley hat.
If you have any information on where he may be, please call (250) 995-7654. To report what you know anonymously, please call Greater Victoria Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
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Missing person to locate – Allyssa CROWCHILD

File: 2017-125565 - Date: 2017-09-04

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Missing person to locate – Hailey McCLELLAND

File: 2017-120290 - Date: 2017-09-04

Police say Hannah Hill from Abbotsford has been found.
The Fort St John RCMP are please to confirm that Jayden DIBLASIO who was reported missing on August 30, 2017 has been located.
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Missing female - Emily Robertson

Castanet News - Chantelle Deacon - Sep 3, 2017 / 3:49 pm | Story: 205730
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Missing Teen - Hunter Julia Ott-Ward

Chilliwack BC
File # 2017-35996 - 2017-09-01 11:09 PDT
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Missing Person - Justine Charlie

The Saanich Police

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Police Search for Missing Man - Keith KOPONYAS

Langley, B.C.
SEE CTV NEWS FOR THE LATEST STORY

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Missing person to locate – Taylor MINION

Surrey BC
File: 2017-112767 - Date: 2017-08-30

OUR SINCERE PRAYERS ARE WITH CHELSEA'S FAMILY
Grieving father of murdered 22-year-old Chelsey Gauthier speaks out
PLEASE SEE FULL NEWS ARTICLE ON CTV - WHICH INCLUDES DAD'S VIDEO

A missing person's case in B.C.'s Fraser Valley has ended in a homicide probe after a young woman was found dead.
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IHIT File: 2017-1197
Mission RCMP File: 2017-9625
IHIT investigating homicide of missing Abbotsford resident – Victim Identified
Mission: On July 30, 2017, the Abbotsford Police Department (APD) received a report of a missing 22-year-old female, Chelsey GAUTHIER. Miss Gauthier was last seen in Abbotsford on the morning of July 27, 2017.
On August 16, 2017, APD’s investigation led them to search an area of Mission near Sylvester Road and Dale Road. During this search, a deceased female body was found and the cause of death was consistent with homicide. The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team (IHIT) was called in and has since taken conduct of the investigation.
Yesterday, on August 24, 2017, investigators confirmed the identity of the deceased female to be Miss Gauthier through DNA analysis.
IHIT continues working with the APD, Mission RCMP Serious Crime Unit, the Integrated Forensic Identification Section, and the BC Coroner’s service to gather evidence.
“From the evidence collected so far, investigators believe that Miss Gauthier’s death was not random.” Corporal Frank JANG of IHIT says, “Investigators would like to speak with anyone who knew Miss Gauthier, or saw her around the time of her disappearance.”
Anyone with information is asked to contact the IHIT Information Line at 1-877-551-IHIT, or by email at ihitinfo@rcmp-grc.gc.ca. Should you wish to remain anonymous, please contact Crime Stoppers by phone at 1-800-222-TIPS.

SADLY THE POLICE REPORT THAT SHE DIED
OUR PRAYERS ARE WITH EUARCHOL'S FAMILY

The Vancouver Island Integrated Major Crime Unit (VIIMCU) with the assistance of the BC Coroners Service have now confirmed that the body located at SJ Willis School in Victoria on August 22 is that of 25-year-old Euarchol Wanichpan.
Euarchol Wanichpan had last been seen on July 30 and reported missing to the Saanich Police Department on July 31. Given the suspicious nature of Euarchol’s disappearance, the investigation had been turned over to VIIMCU
FULL REPORT CAN BE FOUND HERE

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Missing Person – Lloyd Douglas SWORD
Prince George, General Investigation Services
2017-08-24 14:34 PDT - File # 2017-28656

The Prince George RCMP are requesting the public’s help in locating a missing person that has not been heard from in at least three weeks.
On Wednesday August 23rd, 2017, the Prince George RCMP began a Missing Person investigation into 46 year old Lloyd Douglas SWORD of Prince George. SWORD usually communicates with loved ones, but has not done so since late July. This is out of character for SWORD. All efforts to locate SWORD have been negative so far.
Lloyd SWORD is described as:
Caucasian male
178 cm (5’10)
86 kg (190 lbs)
Blue eyes
Short brown hair
SWORD has been known to use the alias Aiden RYLIE, especially on social media.
This investigation is in the beginning stages. The Prince George RCMP are concerned for the safety of Lloyd SWORD and are asking the public’s help in locating him.
If you have any information about Lloyd Douglas SWORD or where he might be, please contact the Prince George RCMP at (250)561-3300 or anonymously contact Crime Stoppers at 1(800)222-8477, online at www.pgcrimestoppers.bc.ca (English only), or Text-A-Tip to CRIMES (274637) using keyword pgtips. You do not have to reveal your identity to Crime Stoppers.
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The Slocan Lake RCMP is requesting the public's assistance in locating Quinlan Kruse
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Slocan Lake BC
2017-08-11 17:15 PDT - File # 2017-4257
Missing man believed to be in Abbotsford or Chilliwack
APD FILE # 17-35152
Walter Lavigne, 42, hasn’t been heard from since Aug. 14

The Abbotsford Police Department is requesting the public’s help in finding a missing 42-year-old man.
Walter Lavigne has been known to travel between B.C., Saskatchewan and Ontario but is believed to be in the Abbotsford or Chilliwack area.
Lavigne has been unreachable since Aug. 14 and “his family is concerned about him and would like to make contact with him,” according to an APD news release.
He is 5’9” and 181 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. He may be driving a 2001 GMC Sierra with a blue cab and black box with Alberta plates BNS 7616.
Anyone with information about Lavigne’s whereabouts is asked to contact the APD at (604) 859-5225 or text 222973.
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Missing Person to locate Marlon Parkes

Enderby BC
2017-08-25 15:05 PDT - File # 2017-19847
VERY SADLY THE POLICE REPORT THAT
Missing person Jared Szabo located deceased
Nakusp BC
2017-08-23 14:28 PDT
File # 2017-422
The Nakusp RCMP have confirmed that the body recovered from Upper Arrow Lake on August 22, 2017was that of missing person Jared Szabo.
On August 22, 2017 at approximately 7:20 am, a body was located in Upper Arrow Lake, by civilian search members who have been actively searching for Jared SZABO since he was reported missing on August 3, 2017. The body was located in the North East Arm of Upper Arrow Lake. The recovery was completed by the Nakusp RCMP with the assistance of Search and Rescue technicians.
On Wednesday August, 23rd, 2017 it was established that the recovered deceased male was Jared Szabo.
The Nakusp RCMP continues to assist the BC Coroners Service with their investigation into Mr. SZABO's death
Search underway for Jared Szabo


The truck belonging to missing Revelstoke resident Jared Szabo, 29, was recovered from the Incomappleux (Fish) River on Aug. 10, but police are reporting that nobody was found inside the truck.
Szabo was last seen in the Beaton, B.C. area on Aug. 1, and was reported missing on Aug. 4, prompting an extensive search by police and area search and rescue teams.
On August 7, RCMP confirmed they had located Szabo’s truck submerged in the Incomappleux River, and found recent tire tracks indicating the truck had left the road and fallen into the river at that location. However, due to the dangerous nature of the river current at that location, searchers were not able to see inside the truck to see if anyone was trapped inside.
Jared Szabo hasn’t been seen since Tuesday evening.
A search is underway for a Revelstoke man who was last seen Tuesday in Beaton, south of Revelstoke.
Friends of Jared Szabo posted on Facebook that he was last seen at his property in Beaton on Tuesday evening.
Revelstoke RCMP confirmed that a search was underway out of Nakusp. We are awaiting details on the search effort from the Nakusp RCMP.
According to Dylan Maltby, SAR is set up at the junction of Highway 31 and the road to Beaton. Volunteers were set to go out this morning to search for Szabo.
They are also keeping an eye out for his white 2004 Dodge truck.
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Missing person to locate – Sylvester DZUS - 85 years old

File: 2017-119237 - Date: 2017-08-24
Missing Man: John David SEELAND
Oceanside BC
2017-08-22 09:50 PDT - File # 2017-7585

On August 21 at 8:30 p.m., the Oceanside RCMP received a report of a missing man. 70 year old Nanoose Bay man, John David SEELAND was reported missing by family who last heard from him via email, earlier in the day.
John SEELAND resides near the Red Gap area in Nanoose Bay and family is very concerned for his well-being.
John SEELAND is described as Caucasian, regular build, 250 pounds, 6 foot 3 tall. He has grey, shoulder length hair and green eyes.
Anyone with any information is urged to call the Oceanside RCMP at (250) 248-6111
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UPDATE | New Information In Search For Missing Youth Jade Kozma

Saturday, July 15, 2017 - File #: 17-28439
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Missing person to locate – Gian PABLA

File: 2017-114235 - Date: 2017-08-15

OUR SINCERE PRAYERS ARE WITH JAKE'S FAMILY
Deceased individual identified as missing youth
West Kelowna, Kelowna BC
2017-08-14 20:10 PDT - File # 2017-39622
A deceased individual discovered in West Kelowna on Saturday has been positively identified and the RCMP have now handed the investigation over to the BC Coroners Service.
On August 12, 2017 just before 11 am, RCMP responded to the 3200 block of Cougar Road after being informed of the discovery of a deceased individual in a wooded area alongside MacDougall Creek in West Kelowna.
RCMP can confirm that the deceased male has now been positively identified, by the BC Coroners Service, as missing youth, Jake Fehr, says Cpl. Jesse O’Donaghey. We are profoundly saddened by this discovery, our deepest sympathy is extended to Jake’s family and friends during this difficult time.
Jake’s family has respectfully requested that their privacy be respected during their time of grief.
West Kelowna RCMP continue to assist the BC Coroners Service in their ongoing investigation into Jake’s death, which is believed not to be suspicious in nature. Further media inquiries are to be directed to the BC Coroners Service.
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Missing person to locate: Heidi WHITEHEAD
West Shore BC
File # 2017-12108 - 2017-08-14 14:17 PDT .

Missing Person - David Michael JEFF
Williams Lake, Kamloops City BC
2017-08-14 11:29 PDT - File # 2017-6134

David Michael JEFF, 67 years old has not been seen since in Kamloops on Friday August 4 2017. Mr. JEFF was among the residents of Williams Lake who were evacuated on Saturday July 15th 2017.
Mr. JEFF is described as:
Aboriginal
5’ 5 tall
146 pounds
Grey shoulder length hair
Brown eyes
Anyone who has seen Mr. JEFF, or know where he might be, is asked to call the Williams Lake RCMP at
250 392-6211 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
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Family anxious to find missing Niki Spearing

Saturday, August 12th 2017 - 2:33 pm
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Langley RCMP Needs your Help to Locate Malik MOHAMED

Langley BC
2017-08-11 09:03 PDT - File # 2017-28860
Missing Person to locate – Allan Ellsworth
Nakusp BC
2017-08-08 17:21 PDT - File # 2017-4171

The Nakusp RCMP is requesting the public's assistance in locating Allan Ellsworth a missing Kelowna resident.
Allan Ellsworth was last seen in Trout Lake, BC on July 31, 2017.
Description of Allan Ellsworth: 
• caucasian male
• 53 years
• 6 ft 2 in (188 cm)
• 235lbs (105 kg)
• Brown hair
• green eyes
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Allan Ellsworth is urged to contact the Nakusp RCMP at 250-265-3677, or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).
 
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Missing Person - Gavin Cyr

Coquitlam BC
2017-08-04 19:04 PDT - File # 2017-24024

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Surrey RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a missing female - Mary MANYCHIEF
File: 2017-108038 - Date: 2017-08-04

Mission RCMP Seeking Public Assistance in Locating Missing Man - Reginald Wills
Mission BC
2017-08-04 14:28 PDT - File # Mission 2017-8858

Mission, BC: On July 30th, Police received a report that 59 year-old, Reginald Wills had failed to make contact with his family over a two week period.
Reginald Wills was last seen at the Haven in the Hallow, Mission, on July 24th, 2017 as he was seen exiting the building with his small dog.
Reginald Wills is described as:
Short white hair
Partial balding
Medium-length white beard
5 feet, 3 inches tall
155 pounds
Reginald Wills was described wearing:
Light colour blue/grey long sleeve shirt
Light colour blue jeans
Black shoes
Police are asking anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Reginald Wills to call Mission RCMP non-emergency line 604-826-7161 or Crime Stoppers at 1-888-222-8477. If located please call (9-1-1) immediately.
 
VERY SADLY THE RCMP REPORTS THAT ROBERT WAS FOUND DECEASED
OUR SINCERE PRAYERS ARE WITH HIS FAMILY

Nanaimo RCMP confirmed the body of Robert Hudson, who was first reported missing on Saturday, was found Sunday afternoon.
His body was discovered near the Nanaimo River by members of the public and recovered by Nanaimo Search and Rescue.
RCMP said foul play isn't suspected, though a cause of death hasn't been determined.

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Information from the public led to the recovery of a vehicle belonging to a missing man on Aug. 3.
Police located a vehicle belonging to Jerry Keith Krietz, who was reported missing from Fraser Lake on July 9.
Krietz, 42, was seen leaving Fraser Lake in his 2001 Chevrolet Cavalier.
Fraser Lake man still missing last seen in Prince George

SEE RCMP UPDATE
2017-08-02 11:26 PDT - File # 2017-646

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Missing Fraser Lake Man Was in P.G.
By 250 News
Friday, July 21, 2017 @ 2:08 PM
Fraser Lake, B.C. – Mounties are seeking the public’s help in locating a missing Fraser Lake man who recently spent some time in Prince George.
North District Cpl. Madonna Saunderson says 42-year-old Jerry (Keith) Krietz was reported missing on July 9, 2017.
“Investigation has revealed that Mr. Krietz, who was last seen by family in Fraser Lake on Friday July 7, 2017 as he departed for Prince George, was observed on video leaving the Downtown Motel in Prince George in the company of an unknown female on the morning of Saturday July 8. The pair departed on foot.”
She says police would like to identify this woman and speak with her regarding any information she may have as to where Krietz may have gone.
“We realize that the picture is of poor quality but we hope that someone will recognize her,” says Sgt. Jason Slater, detachment commander of the Fraser Lake RCMP.
Krietz drives a 2001 Chevy Cavalier with BC license plate EK227K. The car also has Pontiac rims and a Monster/Fox logo in the rear window. The photo shown below is like Krietz’s car but not his.
Anyone with information about this case is asked to call the Fraser Lake RCMP at 250-699-7777 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
Missing Person - Jerry Keith KRIETZ

Fraser Lake BC
2017-07-13 17:25 PDT - File # 2017-646

On Sunday July 9th 2017, Fraser Lake RCMP received a report of a missing person.
Jerry Keith KRIETZ 42 years of age was reported missing by family, was last seen in Fraser Lake on Friday July 7th 2017 at 9:00 AM. Mr. Krietz was going to go to Prince George to shop. He was driving a 2001 Chevrolet Cavalier with British Columbia license plate, EK227. It was possible KRIETZ may have stayed in Prince George for the weekend however family advises that he does not know anyone in Prince George.
Mr. KRIETZ was to return to work on Monday July 10th 2017 at 4:30 PM but failed to show up for work. This is out of character for him.
Mr. KRIETZ recently moved from Manitoba to Fraser Lake and does not know anyone other than family. He calls his mother almost every day and it is highly unusual to not have regular contact with family members.
Mr. KRIETZ is described as:
Caucasian
5’ 10
185 lbs
Brown eyes
Dark Brown Hair however it is usually shaved
Anyone who may have information on the location of Mr. KRIETZ is asked to call the Fraser Lake RCMP at 250 699-7777 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

Family looking for missing daughter in Pacific Northwest gets boost from U.S. centre
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children now helping in search for
Mekayla Bali, 18

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MISSING - Somera Ram PRAJAPAT

2017-07-28 - File # 2017-104442
Surrey BC
Public’s assistance wanted to locate a Missing Woman - Sophie Dowsley
Agassiz BC
2017-07-28 11:02 PDT - File # 2017-28062

The RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating Sophie Dowsley, 34, of Vancouver. Sophie was last seen on July 8, 2017 by staff members of a business in the 100-block of Esplanade Avenue, Harrison Hot Springs.
Sophie is described as:
 Caucasian female.
 Height: 170 cm (5’7).
 Weight: 65 kgs (143 lbs).
 Hair: Blonde.
 Eyes: Blue.
RCMP investigators believe Sophie and a friend were hiking a trail near Statlu Lake after leaving Harrison Hot Springs. On July 18th the RCMP Underwater Recovery Team was deployed after the friend’s body was located by Lower Mainland District Emergency Response Team searchers at the base of a waterfalls.
Police, family, and friends are asking anyone hiking in the Statlu Lake region on July 8th who may have seen Sophie, noticed hiking equipment or, personal articles left along a trail, to contact the Agassiz RCMP, says Corporal Mike Rail spokesperson for the UFVRD.
Anyone with information which may assist in locating Sophie Dowsley is urged to contact the Agassiz RCMP at 604-796-2211 or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).
RCMP SADLY REPORT
RCMP confirm body that of missing teacher
OUR SINCERE PRAYERS AND CONDOLENCES TO ALVIN'S FAMILY
RCMP have confirmed that a body recovered from Crawford Creek near Creston is believed to be that of Alvin Dunic, who was reported missing at the end of May.
According to a press release, RCMP responded to the report of a body found in Crawford Creek on Wednesday, with Nelson Search and Rescue and BC Ambulance Service assisting with the recovery efforts.

Creston RCMP looking for missing Crawford Bay Teacher
- Alvin Dunic
Creston BC
2017-05-30 10:09 PDT
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The Creston RCMP are currently conducting a search, in a recreational area of Crawford Bay, BC, for missing person Alvin Dunic.
On Monday May 29, 2017 at 2:45 pm, the Creston RCMP received a report that 57 year Alvin Dunic was missing. Staff with the Crawford Bay Elementary School reported that Alvin DUNIC, a teacher with the school, left the school to look for a suitable location for a class project in the Crawford Creek area. Dunic left shortly before noon and was expected to return at 12:30 pm. Police were alerted after Dunic failed to return. Dunic’s vehicle was located by co-workers, parked in the area of Woolgar Rd. at the trail head to Crawford Creek near the Kokanee Springs Golf course.
At the time of the report, the Creston RCMP activated the Nelson Search and Rescue Team along with a Police Service Dog from Nelson and RCMP Air Services. The RCMP aircraft conducted an aerial search of Crawford Creek from the location of DUNIC’s vehicle, to Kootenay Lake as well as the surrounding area with negative results. SAR Swift Water Rescue technicians were also called out to assist with the search.
Alvin Dunic is described as:
Caucasian male
5'10"
medium build
with balding/dark hair.
Last seen wearing a light coloured short sleeve shirt, khaki shorts and loafers.
Search efforts are continuing today, with SAR conducting ground and river’s edge searches. We have a large number of trained resources conducting the search at this time and we ask that the general public stay away from the search area. We also ask that recreational users exercise caution around fast moving waterways, and stay away from eroded edge and shore areas which may weakened due to the current water levels and conditions , stated Cpl Dan Moskaluk

A very sad report, our thoughts and prayers are with Joel's Family

VPD-Police The body of a missing Vancouver man has been found.
Update: Body of Missing Man Found
July 26, 2017
A body discovered on Mitchell Island yesterday afternoon has been identified as missing 29-year-old Joel Arkinson. Mr. Arkinson, a Vancouver resident, had not been heard from since June 1st, 2017. The death is not considered suspicious and the investigation has now been turned over to the BC Coroners Service.
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Police Search for Missing Boy
July 26, 2017

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Missing Man: Anthony Russell

Oceanside BC
2017-07-26 16:35 PDT - File # 2017-6532
RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a missing woman, Julie Olivia Young

28, of Chilliwack. Julie was last seen on July 10, 2017 by a friend in the 44000-block of Yale Road.
File 2017-27955
Chilliwack BC
Julie is described as:
• Caucasian female.
• Height: 175cm (5’9”).
• Weight: 56 kgs (123 lbs).
• Hair: Blonde.
• Eyes: Hazel.
As RCMP investigators continue to search for Julie they are asking the public to remain watchful for her.
“Police and friends are concerned for Julie’s wellbeing,” says Corporal Mike Rail spokesperson for the UFVRD.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Julie Olivia Young is urged to contact their local police agency or, should you wish to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).
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Richmond RCMP is seeking the public’s help in locating a missing Richmond resident - Stephen Yuk Feng CHENG

Richmond BC
2017-07-26 10:58 PDT - File # 2017-23666
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Surrey RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a missing male - Justin LITTLE

File: 2017-23897 - Date: 2017-05-10
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KAMLOOPS - Police are looking for help locating a 17-year-old teenager - Aislynn Hanson

2017-02-28 07:56 PST - File # 2017-5042
Kamloops BC - Aislynn Hanson

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Victoria police, B.C. RCMP and Metchosin Search and Rescue are looking for a missing 93-year-old woman along the Gorge - Virginia Leong

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Missing person Robert Baril

Vernon/North Okanagan BC
2017-07-24 13:18 PDT - File # 2017-15810
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Missing Person to locate: Mohammedine Madani

Kelowna BC
2017-07-24 12:37 PDT - File # 2017-41927
Have you seen Joseph Peters?
Terrace BC
2017-07-21 15:41 PDT - File # 17-6145
Terrace RCMP are asking for the public’s help in locating Joseph Peters, a local man who did not return to town following a trip.
Peters is believed to have last been seen in Maple Ridge on July 10. He was expected to return to Terrace via Greyhound bus on July 11, but did not. He has not been heard from since.
PETERS is described as:
Native
Age 43
5’7
141 pounds
Short black hair
Brown eyes
Fair complexion
Slender build
If you have seen Joseph Peters or know of his whereabouts, please contact 911, the Terrace RCMP at (250)638-7400, or report anonymously through Crime Stoppers by telephone at 1-800-222-TIPS, online at www.terracecrimestoppers.ca or by texting 274637 (CRIMES), then in the body of your text message type TERRACE, followed by your tip information.
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Have You Seen Missing Man Justin Storms?

Wednesday, July 19, 2017- File #: 17-29337
Victoria Police Update
Body of missing Vancouver man found near Statlu Lake
UFVRD Media Release
Wednesday July 19, 2017 - File 2017-28062
One male victim found by Statlu Lake searchers
Agassiz: One male victim has been located as Agassiz RCMP continue to search the Mount Statlu Lake region for a second missing person.
The search was initiated on July 12, 2017 after a man and woman from Vancouver were reported missing to police. The missing couple’s vehicle was located near a hiking trail at Statlu Lake by Kent Harrison Search and Rescue (KHSAR).
Searchers from the Agassiz RCMP supported by KHSAR, the Lower Mainland Integrated Police Dog, Service (PDS), Lower Mainland Emergency Response Team (ERT), and aircraft from the RCMP and SAR combed the region where on July 18th a male victim was located.
“All search resources remain engaged as we continue to look for the missing woman,” says Corporal Mike Rail spokesperson for the UFVRD, “RCMP remain in close contact with the victim’s and missing woman’s families”.
Further media enquiries regarding the located man are to be directed to the BC Coroner Service.
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New clues found in search for missing Australian woman and partner

Volunteers with Kent Harrison Search and Rescue have narrowed their search for a missing Vancouver couple to a waterfall that feeds into Statlu Lake, after finding two items on Thursday.
For the third straight day, crews are searching for 34-year-old Sophie Dowsley and her 44-year old partner, Gregory James Tiffin.
The couple was last seen on Saturday at a business in Harrison Hot Springs. It's believed they were setting out for a hike in the area. When they didn't show up for work on Monday, a family member contacted police.
On Wednesday, their pickup truck was found near Statlu Lake, about 75 kilometres northwest of Harrison Hot Springs.
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Search underway for missing Australian woman and partner in Fraser Valley
Couple's truck has been located near a mountainous hiking trail near Chehalis, B.C.

By Farrah Merali, CBC News Posted: Jul 12, 2017 1:26 PM PT Last Updated: Jul 12, 2017 1:26 PM PT

Search and Rescue crews are combing through mountainous trails near Chehalis, B.C. searching for a 34-year-old Australian woman and her 44-year old partner.
Sophie Dowsley and Gregory James Tiffin were last seen at a business in the 100 block of Esplanade Avenue in Harrison Hot Springs on Saturday.
A family friend contacted police after they didn't return home that day and didn't show up for work on Monday.
RCMP in the Upper Fraser Valley Regional District said they believe the pair was headed for a hike at Statlu Lake near Chehalis — between the communities of Mission and Harrison Hot Springs.
On Wednesday morning, the couple's vehicle — a black 2000 Chevy Silverado — was found.
"The truck was located at Statlu lake by Kent Harrison Search and Rescue. The truck was unoccupied," said Cpl. Mike Rail of the Upper Fraser Valley Regional District.
Kent Harrison Search and Rescue are now focusing a ground search in the area where the truck was found."
Police are asking people to stay out of the area while the search is underway.
"The area that the search is being conducted in, it's very treacherous, dangerous mountain terrain," said Rail.
Rail said the couple lived in Vancouver, but Dowsley is originally Australian. He said members of her family are flying to the Lower Mainland in hopes of helping with the search.
Anyone who might have seen the couple is asked to contact the RCMP.
Missing Saanich man needs medical treatment, or could become violent
Saanich police are looking for a young man who hasn't been seen since July 3rd and could pose a risk to himself and others.
Concern is heightened for Aaron Goff who is ill and requires medical treatment. Without it he could become violent.

Goff is described as 24, is 5'10" TALL, 140 pounds, with brown hair and blue eyes. Goff has also been known to travel to the BC Lower Mainland as well.
The public is asked not to approach GOFF but to contact Police. We have posted a picture of him on our website.
Missing Person Case Turns into Homicide Investigation
By Greg Fry
Wednesday, July 12, 2017 @ 11:24 AM

Prince George, B.C. – Mounties in Prince George say the disappearance and search for a local woman has turned into a homicide investigation.
Roberta (Robin) Marie Sims was last seen on Saturday May 6, 2017 near her home at 3015 Third Avenue in Prince George and police suspect she was murdered shortly thereafter.
(see previous story here)
Police says the whereabouts of her vehicle around the May 6 weekend is of interest to police, especially within the rural and remote areas surrounding Prince George.
“Although Robin’s vehicle has been located by police, we believe that it was used in her murder,” says Sgt. Todd Wilson of the Prince George RCMP’s Serious Crimes Unit.
If you saw Sim’s red 2003 Chevrolet Trailblazer bearing BC license plate BH248X in early May, especially between the dates of Saturday May 6 and Wednesday May 10, the police would like to speak to you.
Anyone with information can call Cst. Jessica Gillam or Sgt. Todd Wilson of the Serious Crimes Unit at 250-561-3300. If you’d like to remain anonymous, you can also call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
Prince George RCMP are concerned the disappearance of Roberta Marie Sims may involve foul play.
Police began their investigation of the 55-year-old missing Prince George resident after getting a report from a concerned citizen on May 14.
Investigators believe Sims’s disappearance is very suspicious and out of character. They have now called in the Serious Crime Unit to lead the case.
In addition to seeking information from the public, the Prince George RCMP are asking anyone to provide details about Sims’s regular activity or recent activities.
Sims is described as a Caucasian woman, 5’4″ tall, 154 pounds with long strawberry-blonde hair and blue eyes. She also has several tattoos including on her left upper arm, her right upper chest and a robin bird on the right side of her neck. She is also known to have her small dog with her.

Sims, who often goes by her first name Robin, may also go by the first name Bobby and the last names Chambers or Jacobson.
Police have located her dog and vehicle and investigators would like to speak with anyone who may have seen her or her vehicle since May 1. They’re also asking business owners and managers to check their video surveillance.
The vehicle is described as a dark-red 2003 Chevrolet Trailblazer with four doors and BC licence plate BH248X.

Prince George Mounties are seeking the public’s help in locating 54-year-old Prince George resident Roberta Marie Sims.

File # 2017-14613 - Prince George, B.C.

Sims has not been seen in over a week and often goes by the first name Robin. Police say she may also go by the first name Bobby and the last names Chambers or Jacobson.
She has not returned to her home, which is where he vehicle remains. Police say this is “unusual behaviour” for her.
Sims is described as:
Caucasian female
Five-foot-four
154 pounds
Long blonde hair
Blue eyes
Several tattoos including on her left upper arm, her right neck and her left upper chest
Anyone with information is asked to call police at 250-561-3300 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
Man reported missing - Keith David Relkey
CITIZEN STAFF / PRINCE GEORGE CITIZEN
JULY 11, 2017 04:58 PM

The Prince George RCMP are requesting the public's help in locating a missing man.
Keith David Relkey, 60, is described as caucasian, 170 cm (5'7") tall and weighing 73 kg (161 lbs) with brown eyes and grey hair, most likely long.
Relkey may walk with a limp and he normally wears blue jeans and T-shirts.
He may be driving a white 2002 Chevrolet Malibu bearing BC licence plates 738 NXJ.
He was last seen in late June are reported missing to RCMP on Saturday.
Anyone who locates Relkey or the vehicle is asked to contact the Prince George RCMP at (250)561-3300.
Missing Person to locate – Dustin MCKEEMAN
Golden-Field BC
2017-07-11 19:29 PDT - File # 2017-2075

Golden-Field RCMP is requesting the public's assistance in locating Dustin MCKEEMAN.
Dustin MCKEEMAN was last seen in May.
Description of Dustin MCKEEMAN:
caucasian male
36 years
5 ft 11 in
175 lbs
Slender build
Brown-Grey hair
blue eyes
Police are very concerned for Dustin MCKEEMAN's health and well-being and friends and family report that it is out of character for him to be out of contact for this long.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Dustin MCKEEMAN is urged to contact their local police, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).
Missing person: Adam Nichols
Vernon/North Okanagan BC
2017-07-11 15:26 PDT - File # 2017-14868

The Vernon-North Okanagan RCMP are requesting the public's assistance in locating Adam Nichols, a Vernon resident.
Adam Nichols was last seen June 30, 2017 in the 2100 block of 32nd Street in Vernon.
Adam Nichols is described as: (no photo available)
Caucasion male
34 years of age
5'10" tall
141 lbs
Slender build
Light complexion
Short brown hair
Brown eyes
with a full beard
Police are very concerned for Adam Nichol's health and well-being. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Adam Nichols is urged to contact the Vernon-North Okanagan RCMP at 250-545-7171 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).
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The B.C. Coroners Service confirms remains found near Grand Forks recently have been identified by DNA match as those of Owen Rooney.

The 24-year-old disappeared from the Boundary Hospital Aug. 14, 2010.
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Help RCMP Locate Missing Woman - Brianna Mason
North Cowichan\Duncan BC
2017-07-05 10:33 PDT - File # 2017-10346

North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP are requesting the public’s assistance in locating a missing North Cowichan woman. Her family is concerned about her wellbeing.
42 year old Brianna Mason was last seen Monday, July 3, 2017. Her description is as follows:
Caucasian female
Brown eyes
Dark brown hair
Height: 160 cm / 5 ft 03 in
Weight: 51 kg / 112 lbs
Brianna Mason was last seen wearing an orange jacket, dark blue toque, pink shirt and black pants.
There are unconfirmed reports that Brianna Mason may be headed for the lower mainland and that she may have ties in southern and northern Vancouver Island.
Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of Brianna Mason is asked to contact North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP at 250-748-5522 or Crime Stoppers at cowichancrimestoppers.com; you can TEXT a tip by typing COWICHAN plus your tip to 274637, or call 1-800-222-8477.

VERY SADLY THE RCMP REPORTED DAVID DECEASED
OUR PRAYERS ARE WITH HIS FAMILY

Sean David KUNTZ who was reported missing on June 18th 2017 has been found. Sadly Mr. Kuntz was found deceased. On Saturday Jul 1st 2017 Lillooet RCMP, and the local Search and Rescue located Mr. Kuntz in the Fraser River.
The family of Mr. Kuntz have been notified. The police do not suspect foul play and BC Coroners Service has conduct of the investigation. The RCMP will not be releasing any further details on this matter.
The RCMP wish to thank the public for their assistance in this investigation.
Missing Person - Sean David KUNTZ

Quesnel, Williams Lake, Smithers BC
2017-06-19 15:36 PDT - File # 2017-2394


File Remains Open on Missing Person - Andrew William Munro
Stewart BC
2017-06-28 15:07 PDT - File # 2014-98

Stewart RCMP maintain an active investigation on a missing person file from 2014.
Andrew William Munro 46 years of age was initially reported missing by family members on November 16 2013 to Delta Police. Mr. Munro was last seen in Stewart BC.
The RCMP in Stewart discovered that Mr. Munro had moved to the community and was selling firewood.
The police are looking to the public hoping someone may have information that could help police locate Mr. Munro. Although Mr. Munro was last seen in the community, police have very few leads to act on.
Every piece of information can be helpful, and the public is encouraged to call the police. Anyone with information on Mr. Munro’s whereabouts are asked to call the Stewart RCMP at 250 636-2233.
Police asking for public assistance in locating missing Nelson man - Darwen Greyeyes
by Nelson Daily Staff on Sunday Jun 25 2017

Darwen Greyeyes, 55 has been missing since early June. — Photo courtesy NPD
Nelson Police Department is asking for public assistance in locating a Nelson man missing since early June.
Darwen Greyeyes, 55, was last seen at 9:30 p.m. on (Sunday) June 4, 2017.
"He was last seen in the 200 block of Anderson Street in Nelson," said Nelson Police Sergeant Dino Falcone in a media release Sunday. "Mr. Greyeyes is a 55-year-old First Nations male (who is) 5-foot 9 inches tall and weighs 165 pounds."
Falcone said Greyeyes has brown collar length hair and brown eyes as well as visible tattoos on both forearms. He was last seen wearing blue jeans, a black t-shirt and brown hiking shoes.
Falcone said Nelson Police, family and friends are concerned for the well-being of Greyeyes and wish to locate him as quickly as possible.
If anyone has seen or had contact with him since June 4, 2017 please contact the local police department, Nelson Police Department at 250-354-3919.


Have you seen 44 year old Daniel MacDonnell?

Port Alberni BC
2017-06-28 11:20 PDT - File # 2017-5148
The Port Alberni RCMP is seeking the public’s assistance to help locate 44 year old Daniel Elliot MacDonnell.
Daniel MacDonnell was reported missing by his father on June 20th, 2017.  Daniel had come back to Port Alberni from the east coast in the fall of 2016 and his family and friends haven’t had any contact with him since December 2016. Daniel is known to travel the country and was last talking about working on a fishing boat out of the Port Alberni or Ucluelet areas. His father noted that it is most unusual for him to not contact his family over such a long period of time.
All investigative avenues have been exhausted, as such the RCMP are asking for the public’s assistance in locating Daniel MacDonnell.
Daniel Elliot MacDonnell is described as:
• Caucasian man
• 5’8 or 173 cm tall
• 160 lbs or 73 kg
• Balding, short brown hair
• Brown eyes
• Facial stubble
The police investigation is ongoing. Anyone who may have information on Mr. MacDonnell’s whereabouts is asked to contact the Port Alberni RCMP at 250-723-2424 or call Alberni Valley Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
A year later, police are still looking for Shelly Hofmann
Port Alberni BC
2017-06-21 14:32 PDT - File # 2016-5779

A year after her disappearance, the Port Alberni RCMP is continuing its investigation into the whereabouts of 49 year old Port Alberni resident, Shelly Jean Hofmann.
Shelly was last seen on June 24th, 2016 in the 3000 block of 3rd Ave in downtown Port Alberni, in front of Alberni Community & Women’s Services Society (ACAWS). Shelly Hofmann is a Port Alberni resident with family ties in Vancouver and Nanaimo. She is described as a 49 year old Caucasian woman, 5 feet tall, 150 lbs, with blue eyes and short grey hair. Shelly was often seen walking around downtown Port Alberni and she has a very distinctive walk. She has a pronounced limp almost rocking from side to side and is hunched forward.
"Shelly's disappearance remains an active and ongoing missing person's investigation. Members of the General Investigation Section continue in their search for answers into Shelly's whereabouts. We are urging the public for their help. What may seem inconsequential to you, may be the missing link in this investigative puzzle. Everything is important," said Cpl. Amelia Hayden of the Port Alberni RCMP.
Anyone with any information is asked to please contact the Port Alberni RCMP at 250-723-2424 or, if you wish to remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers:
• by phone: 1-800-222-8477(TIPS)
• online: www.solvecrime.ca
• by SMS: Text: BCTIP and your message to CRIMES (274637)
I just had a response from the RCMP that Christopher was found deceased.
Our Sincere Prayers are with His Family
Mission BC

2016-12-14 15:05 PST
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On October 17th, 2016 police issued a public notice regarding a Mission resident, Christopher KLASSEN.
Christopher KLASSEN was last seen September 27th, 2016 in the Mission area. KLASSEN is known to travel between the cities of Mission and Abbotsford.
Police have currently exhausted all investigational avenues as they continue to seek out the whereabouts of KLASSEN and what events led up to his disappearance.

No luck in the latest search for a man believed to have drowned on Slocan Lake last fall.
An Idaho couple who specialize in recovering drowning victims spent nine days looking for David Taylor.

SEE KOOTENAY NEWS
JUNE 7-2017
David Taylor's 14 foot aluminum boat and dog were located beached along the west shore of Slocan Lake on Nov. 3, but there was no sign of him.
A private search will take place next month on Slocan Lake for a man presumed to have drowned.
David Taylor, 60, hasn’t been seen since going out in an aluminum boat in early November.
New Denver resident Isy Schumann says an Idaho couple, Gene and Sandy Ralston, are bringing specialized equipment.

RCMP Sergeant Monty Taylor said in a media release Monday the search continues for a man last seen on Slocan Lake Wednesday (November 2).

"The search for David Taylor continues," the RCMP Sergeant said in the release.
"Since being reported missing the search has consisted over land, air and water utilizing ground searchers, boats, helicopter, RCMP float plane and Underwater Recovery Team, SONAR and underwater camera."
RCMP was notified late Wednesday evening after Taylor had not returned from a 15-minute trip in a 14-foot aluminum boat on Slocan Lake at 7:30 p.m.
Taylor's neighours contact police when they were alerted to a dog barking along the beach area. The dog was believed to be on the water.
Search and Rescue along with New Denver Fire Department were activated and search the area with no luck finding the missing man.
Taylor, 60, is approximately 5'7", with thin grey hard and grey beard. Initial reports thought Taylor was wearing a yellow jacket. That description has been updated to Taylor possibly wearing coveralls, which are grey in color.
Anyone with information should contact Slocan Lake RCMP at 250-358-2222
Man missing after boating incident on Slocan Lake
Local RCMP report a 60-year-old man remains missing following a late night boating incident on Slocan Lake Wednesday said Sergeant Monty Taylor in a media release.
Taylor said at approximately 9:45 p.m. Slocan Valley RCMP was notified of an overdue boater on Slocan Lake.
Taylor said the man departed from shore in a 14-foot aluminum boat with his dog at approximately 7:30p.m. The boat trip should have taken only 15 minutes.
He said when the man did not return to his Pebble Beach/Evans Creek residence and dog was heard barking, a concerned male quickly contacted RCMP.
Taylor said Search and Rescue was activated, and with the assistance of New Denver Fire Department, a search of the area commenced.
However, search efforts failed to locate the missing person.
The 60-year-old man is described as 5'7", thin with grey hair and grey beard.
He went missing wearing a yellow jacket and back pack.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Slocan Lake RCMP immediately at 250-358-2222.

Kamloops teen missing for nearly four months; police still seeking tips
June 12, 2017 - 4:31 PM
KAMLOOPS BC

It's been nearly four months since Kamloops teenager Aislynn Hanson went missing, and police are still asking for information from the public.
Hanson was last seen Feb. 23, and when she was reported missing, she was believed to have been in the Kamloops area.
Kamloops RCMP spokesperson Cpl. Jodi Shelkie says Hanson is still missing and police are asking for the public's help.
"The investigation is ongoing and we are asking the public to call us if they have any information," she says.
RCMP said early last month that Hanson may have been spotted on Hillside Drive close to Copperhead Drive. But Shelkie says the last confirmed sighting was back in February.
Hanson is described as Caucasian, 5'1" tall with a medium build and waist-length strawberry blonde hair. RCMP believe she was last wearing a blue Under Armour hoodie, black pants, and tan Ugg boots.
Anyone with information on Hanson's whereabouts is asked to contact Kamloops RCMP at 250-828-3000.

Missing person: Tracy Genereaux
Vernon/North Okanagan BC
2017-06-13 13:08 PDT - File # 2017-12108

The Vernon North Okanagan RCMP is requesting the public’s help in locating a missing woman that has not been seen in over a week.
On June 9th, 2017, the Vernon North Okanagan Okanagan RCMP received a request to locate 18 year old Traci Genereaux, a Vernon resident. Tracy was last heard from on May 29. Family report that this is unusual behavior for Tracy and investigators are requesting the public’s help in finding her.
Tracy Genereaux is described as:
18 years old, Caucasian Female
150 CM (4'11")
42 KG (95lbs)
Brown hair
Blue Eyes
If you have any information about Tracy Genereux or where she might be, please contact the Vernon North Okanagan RCMP at (250)545-7171, or anonymously contact Crime Stoppers at 1(800)222-8477.

Re-appeal for missing person – San Li LIAO
Also see Surrey-Now News

Surrey RCMP is re-appealing for the public’s assistance in locating a female who has now been missing for almost two weeks.
San Li LIAO was reported missing on May 29th and last seen leaving work on May 26th in the 14900 block of 54A Avenue. She has not been seen or heard from since (see previous release).
Surrey RCMP officers have conducted a number of investigative steps and are exploring all avenues of investigation including partnering with multiple agencies to locate Ms. LIAO. Surrey Search and Rescue are conducting extensive ground searches. Investigators have spoken to numerous persons and canvassed areas for more information and possible video surveillance.
Two updated photos of Ms. LIAO are also being released in the hopes of locating her (see attached). It should also be noted that some details of her physical description provided in the May 31st news release were inaccurate. Her correct height and weight is 5’1” tall and 110 lbs.
Ms. LIAO’s vehicle, a green 2000 Toyota Sienna, BC licence plate 731 XEJ,

was located on May 29th in the area of the Guildford Recreation Centre (see stock photo of vehicle attached). Anyone with more information about this vehicle, who has not already spoken to police, is asked to contact the Surrey RCMP.
Ms. LIAO’s daughter, Cindy Cheng,

issued a statement today at a news conference appealing for more information about the whereabouts of her mother:
“Hi everyone, my name is Cindy, the daughter of Sanli (Sandy) Liao.
“Today, I am speaking on behalf of my family, asking anyone who may know my mom’s whereabouts to come forward and tell the police.
“My siblings and I have not seen my mom since Thursday (5/25), though we did confirm she was at work on Friday (5/26). We are very worried and anxious of her wellbeing because this is very out of character for her and it has already been almost two weeks. She has never gone missing before and would never travel for long periods of time without notifying us, and we know she would never leave us behind.
“My mom is the pillar of our family as she always puts everyone before herself. Her loving and supportive personality is evident to anyone who has met her. She has always been our primary source of support and encouragement and is the reason for who we are today. We really miss her and this is why our family is currently going through an extremely difficult time with this situation, and we are under a lot of stress while going through various emotions. Everyone is very concerned and worried about her well-being and it is very upsetting to imagine any other possible outcomes. Her safe return would mean the world to our family because without her our family will never be complete.
“We are sincerely asking for the public’s help to come forward if they know anything about where my mom may be.
“If you have any information at all, whether it’d be minor or not, please call the Surrey RCMP’s Missing Person Unit at 604-599-0502.”
Anyone with information about the whereabouts of LIAO is asked to contact the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502, or Crime Stoppers, if they wish to remain anonymous, at 1-800-222-8477 or www.solvecrime.ca, quoting file number 2017-50389.

Surrey RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a missing female - San Li LIAO

File: 2017-71529 - Date: 2017-05-31

San Li LIAO was reported missing on May 29, 2017. She was last seen on May 26, leaving her place of work in the 14900 block of 54A Avenue in Surrey.
LIAO is described as a 54 year old Asian female, 5'6” tall, 120 lbs, with a thin build, long shoulder length brown hair, brown eyes, and wearing glasses (please see attached photo). Her last known clothing description is unavailable at this time.
Police and family are concerned for her well-being as it is out of character for her to be gone so long without contact. It is possible that she may have travelled to Vancouver Island, however, investigators are following up on all possible avenues of investigation.
anyone with information about the whereabouts of LIAO is asked to contact the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502, or Crime Stoppers, if they wish to remain anonymous, at 1-800-222-8477 or www.solvecrime.ca, quoting file number 2017-50389.

HEARTBREAKING AND WITH GREAT SADNESS
Body of missing fire chief swept away by flood located in B.C.'s Interior
Ashcroft RCMP say Cassidy's body was discovered late Saturday night by the Ashcroft fire department during their daily patrol of Cache Creek, near the washed-out bridge.
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OUR SINCERE PRAYERS ARE WITH THE FAMILY
A Decade of Searching For Lucas Degerness
By 250 News
Wednesday, June 7, 2017 @ 1:00 PM

Prince George, B.C. – It was on this day,  10 years ago, that Gina Degerness  last saw her son Lucas.
The Prince George Secondary School student  left  PGSS on this day  ten years ago,  spent the night at a friend’s place,  and  hasn’t been seen since.  Lucas was just 14.
(At right,  image of Lucas at age 14,  and sketch of what  he might have looked like at  age 19 -image courtesy MissingKids.ca)
Today, the Canadian Centre for Child Protection (Canadian Centre) and the family of Lucas Degerness are appealing to the public to come forward with any information about his disappearance or whereabouts.
“Yet again, son, I haven’t heard your voice or seen your handsome face in so many years” says his mother Gina, “This horrible limbo of a life is wearing me out. My heart breaks a little more each day, I am super sad and hope that you have the heart to contact us. If you are unable to do so, perhaps someone who does know what has happened will contact us. There are many ways to do so and remain anonymous. I love you son, no matter what.”
There  was a glimmer of hope  three years ago, when  the Canadian Centre’s MissingKids.ca tipline received a call from a male  who claimed to be Lucas.   During that  brief call, the male  made a couple of references that made Lucas’s mother  hope the caller was in fact her missing son.
On this anniversary of Lucas’ disappearance, MissingKids.ca asks that if anyone remembers  even the smallest piece of information, that they come forward and report what they know.  Tips and sightings can be submitted to MissingKids.ca online, by calling 1-866-KID-TIPS (543-8477) or by calling Prince George RCMP at 250-561-3300.
Missing North Okanagan woman's boyfriend convicted of earlier assault against Caitlin Potts

“IT WAS REALLY DISTURBING. THE BEATING SHE GOT… I JUST WANTED TO MAKE IT STOP”
The mother of a young woman missing for more than a year in the North Okanagan got to see her daughter earlier this month, but it wasn’t easy.
Priscilla Potts saw her daughter Caitlin being assaulted on video surveillance footage taken Aug. 24, 2014. The video was played in court during an assault trial May 15 and 16 in Edmonton for Caitlin’s former boyfriend, Jason Hnatiuk, 41.
Caitlin, 27, vanished in February of 2016 and police believe she was murdered. Her body has not been found and there have been no arrests.
According to information supplied by the RCMP, Hnatiuk was charged with assault with a weapon, breaching a no contact order, uttering threats and depriving a person of their property in relation to the Aug. 24, 2014 domestic assault, which happened at roughly 2 a.m. on Wayne Gretzky Drive, NW, at the Forum Hotel in Edmonton. The victim was Caitlin Potts.
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Missing Person - Lemar Halimi
Nelson bc
2017-05-29 14:29 PDT - File # 2017-2239

The Kootenay Boundary Regional RCMP in Nelson are seeking the publics’ assistance in locating missing person, Lemar Halimi.
The Nelson RCMP are investigating a missing person last seen in the Nelson area on May 15, 2017.
22 year old Lemar HALIMI of Richmond, BC had been in the Nelson area for a few days and has not been heard from since Monday, May 15th.
HALIMI is believed to be associated with a grey 2011 Ford Mustang bearing British Columbia license plate EC6-55L.

HALIMI is described as:
22 yr old male Middle Eastern descent,
approx 170 cm,
82 Kg,
black hair
brown eyes 
a number of tattoos visible on his left arm and neck area.
Anyone with information on HALIMI's whereabouts are asked to contact the Kootenay Boundary Regional General Investigation Section at 250-364-2566 or CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
BC RCMP reissues public plea for help on National Missing Children’s Day
SEE FULL STORY ON RCMP WEBSITE

Sooke, B.C.
2017-05-25 09:00 PDT - File # VIIMCU 2001-924

The BC RCMP is profiling a historical file of a missing teen on May 25th for National Missing Children’s Day, in the hopes that increased public attention may prompt new tips.
It has been nearly 16 years since Jesokah Adkens disappeared in Sooke, BC and investigators are once again seeking the public’s assistance in solving this 2001 case.

IT IS HEARTBREAKING TO HEAR OF THE DEATH OF MAKAYLA
OUR SINCERE CONDOLENCES ARE WITH FAMILY

A body believed to be that of a missing Nanaimo teenager has been found and police are treating it as a homicide.
No further information available
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FOUND SAFE
VicPD Asks for Public’s Help in Locating Missing Youth - Dallas Macleod

Tuesday, May 9, 2017
ALSO SEE RCMP WEBSITE FOR DALLAS BEING MISSING
File #: 17-17422
OUR SINCERE PRAYERS ARE WITH EARL'S FAMILY
Police have confirmed that a body found April 29 on Sumas Mountain is that of Earl Olson, who was last seen in Abbotsford on March 22 - 2017

SUCH A SAD SAD ENDING
OUR PRAYERS ARE WITH ALL THEIR FAMILY
BURNABY, B.C. – Police say two members of a Burnaby, B.C., family reported missing Sunday have been found dead.
38-year-old Ming Dong Xu, his wife, 36-year-old Yu Ling Zhang and their four-year-old son Garrick.

2017-05-08 10:52 PDT - File # 2017-19549

Searchers find remains they believe is missing Alaska man, says RCMP

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Family appeals for help to find missing Alaska man in northern B.C.

The family of Anthony Adevai, a 70-year-old Alaska man who went missing in B.C. nearly two weeks ago, is reaching out to Canadians and hoping for any information to help find him.
RCMP say Adevai was last seen on Nov. 29 near Kinaskan Lake, along the Stewart-Cassiar Highway south of Dease Lake, B.C. He was driving himself home to Alaska after visiting family and attending his brother's funeral in Oregon.
B.C. RCMP have issued a missing person bulletin, and Adevai's family is using social media to spread the word about his disappearance.
Adevai's daughter, Tiffany Adevai, said her family is concerned that Adevai may have been suffering from dementia, and they're offering a $10,000 reward for information that leads to his safe return.
"That's in United States currency, which I hear is a little bit more in Canada," she said.
"This man is so loved by his family and we miss him and we just want him back, no matter how that is, what shape or form."


Alaska man still missing more than a month after his disappearance
Currently there "are no boots on the ground" searching for Adevai
John Crawford - 1/6/2017
It's been over a month since an Alaskan man was reported missing south of Iskut -- and there's still no sign of Anthony Adevai.
The 70-year-old man had been driving back to his home in Alaska, after attending his brother's funeral in Oregon.
He was last seen on November 28th when he spoke with a snowplow driver on Highway 37 near Kinaskan Lake.
The next day, his pickup truck was found abandoned in that area.
RCMP Corporal Madonna Saunderson says searches of the area turned up nothing, but they're not giving up.
"Dease Lake RCMP are actively investigating this; at this point there are no boots on the ground physically searching, however any and all tips that are called into the police are certainly followed up, and at this point Mr. Adevai is still missing and we don't have any information as to where he may be." said Saunderson. 
Adevai, who suffers from diabetes and Alzheimer's Disease, is about six feet tall, weighs 190 pounds and has grey hair and beard.


Dease Lake RCMP are looking for a 70 year old man, Anthony ADEVAI

Dease Lake BC
2016-12-01 13:47 PST - File # 2016-582

$10,000USD Reward leading to his safe return.
This is my dad, also known as Anthony "Tony" Adevai. HE IS MISSING and we need as many eyes out looking for him as possible. If you have friends in Canada, I beg you to share this!

His last contact was Monday 11/28 with a plow truck near Iskut BC, Canada close to Dease lake area. During his contact with the plow truck driver he seemed frightened, scared, and disoriented. His truck was found and towed yesterday morning near Kinaskan Lake with his personal items in it including; his passport, insulin, and phone. He is loved dearly, and we need to find him. The Canadian search teams are limited by daylight, temperature, and remote thick forested areas. Please share this and help bring my dad home safely. It is possible he was picked up by a driver and may not even realize who he is or where he is going due to severe medical issues and necessities. If you have any information please call RCMP 250-771-4111
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Dease Lake RCMP are looking for a 70 year old man, Anthony ADEVAI, after his vehicle was found abandoned on Highway 37 near Kinaskan Lake BC.
ADEVAI, an American Citizen from Alaska, was travelling home from Oregon. His family last spoke with him on Sunday November 27th, 2016 when ADEVAI said he was in Cache Creek BC. His vehicle was found abandoned on Tuesday November 29th.
ADEVAI’s family tells police that ADEVAI has deteriorating health issues as he suffers with Alzheimer disease. He was to be home for a medical appointment on December 1st, 2016.
ADEVAI has grey hair, beard and wears glasses. Anyone who may have seen ADEVAI or know where he may be is asked to call the Dease Lake RCMP at 250 771-4111 or Crime Stoppers at 1 800 222-8477
Ontario family still doesn't know what happened to daughter, Ashley Simpson who went missing one year ago in North Okanagan
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PERSUMED FOUND - NO LONGER LISTED ON RCMP WEBSITE
Missing Person - Ken DUONG

Sunshine Coast BC
File # 2017-2429 - 2017-05-02 15:39 PDT

OUR SINCERE PRAYERS ARE WITH RONALD'S FAMILY
Police say a body discovered in the waters off an Oak Bay beach Sunday night is that of a missing 56-year-old man and foul play is not suspected.
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Investigators confirmed Ronald Merner's body was discovered by a passerby just off the shoreline of McNeill Bay at around 5:45 p.m.
The person reported it to police immediately and fire crews were called in to remove the body from the water and bring it to shore.
Forensic detectives from Saanich police were called in to investigate and the BC Coroners Service was also called in to identify the body.
Merner was last seen alive a week-and-a-half ago on April 20 and was believed to have gone to the McNeill Bay area before he went missing.
With foul play ruled out, the investigation will be handed off to the BC Coroners Service to determine his cause of death.
Police say Merner's family has been notified and is requesting privacy.
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Oak Bay police are asking for public assistance in locating 56-year-old Ronald Merner.
He was last seen at his home at 8 p.m. on Thursday, and may have gone to McNeill Bay area in the vicinity of Beach Drive and St. Patrick St.
Police said it is uncharacteristic for him to be out of contact.
Anyone with information is asked to call Oak Bay police at 250-592-2424.

Missing Person - Maxwell William Brown
Prince Rupert BC
File # 2012-3425 - 2017-04-28 15:36 PDT

The Prince Rupert RCMP are requesting the public's assistance with regards to a historical missing person investigation. Maxwell William Brown was last seen on May 1st, 2012 in Klemtu, British Columbia. An exhaustive search and investigation was completed but Brown was never located.
Maxwell Brown is described as an Aboriginal male, approximately 5 foot 10 inches, with a slender build and short black hair. Brown was born in July of 1988 and had two visible tattoos on his neck, one was Rest in Peace and the other an image of a raven.
As we approach the 5 year anniversary of Maxwell Brown's disappearance, the RCMP are asking anyone that may have any information regarding his disappearance to contact the Prince Rupert RCMP at 250-624-2136 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). 
Police release video images of missing Caitlin POTTS last seen on February 21, 2016
Vernon/North Okanagan, Enderby, B.C.
2017-04-26 13:50 PDT
PLEASE VIEW ON RCMP WEBSITE

RCMP investigators with the Southeast District Major Crime Unit (MCU) have released video surveillance images of Caitlin POTTS entering the Orchard Park Mall Entrance on February 21, 2016.
In the images POTTS enters the mall at approximately 1:30 pm that Sunday afternoon.
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Nick Vujicic at Telford State Prison

My name is Nick Vujicic and I’m 33 years old. I was born without arms or legs and given no medical reason for this condition. Faced with countless challenges and obstacles, God has given me the strength to surmount what others might call impossible.

I'm totally in love with the awesome work Life Without Limbs is doing in the lives of inmates, inmate families, prison guards and prison staff through our jail ministry.
It all started last May when I spoke to inmates at the Barry Telford Unit in Texas.
I heard that the measure of success for a prison program is based on how many inmates get up to use the restroom during the presentation. God was good that day last May...not one inmate left the room for the entire time I was speaking. Not just that, but I could literally see their eyes smiling as the truth of God started to seep in through the walls of their hearts. Only God can do that!

Here's what one inmate told me, with tears streaming down his face...
"I've been in jail for 16 years and I'm getting out in two months. Before today, I was so scared! Now that you've shared the love of God with me, I know I will find a way to survive...because of Jesus. Thank you!"

SADLY THE RCMP REPORT THAT SAJED WAS FOUND DECEASED
OUR SINCERE PRAYERS ARE WITH HIS FAMILY

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2016-12-05 15:54 PST - File # 2016-40109
Missing Person - Sajed Ghaffari-Marandi
Sister of Missing Coquitlam Man Pleads for Information
For 25 days, Samar 'Sam' Ghaffari has not seen or heard from her brother. Now, she’s speaking out in the hopes that someone has information that can end the mystery of Sajed Ghaffari-Marandi’s disappearance.
Sajed Ghaffari-Marandi is a 31-year-old Coquitlam man whose last known contact was a call to a friend on November 25, 2016.
Since then, Sajed’s sister Sam has flown in from Edmonton to help find Sajed and she’s talking on behalf of concerned family members all over the world. Sam wants her brother to know that My brother means everything to me. He doesn’t have to explain himself we just need to know he’s OK. Sam says she has put her life on hold to be in Coquitlam and I will not leave until my brother is found.
The investigation by members of the Coquitlam RCMP Missing Person’s Unit (MPU) has shown that Sajed disappeared with his identification, passport and his white, 2015, Nissan 200 van, BC license KF7170. Sajed is likely still in the country but he cannot be reached either on his phone or by email and he has not been using his regular banking channels. MPU members have extended their search to beyond the borders of BC and put a Canada-wide alert on Sajed.
Sajed is the owner-operator of a small business called All Canadian Appliance Source at 1038 Austin Avenue, Coquitlam. Normally, Sajed works long hours and he has a lot of contact with customers. It is very out of character for him to leave his business this long.
Coquitlam RCMP also wants to send a message to Sajed directly: He is not in trouble with the police but we need to know that he has not come to any harm. If it is his choice to stay hidden he can simply let police know that he is not in danger and we will respect his right to privacy.
Coquitlam RCMP’s MPU has set up a special tip line for this file; anyone who has any information about Sajed’s disappearance is asked to call 1-877-687-3377.

University RCMP are requesting the public’s assistance in locating a missing 21 year old male - Louis GONICK
2017-04-19 11:01 PDT - File # 2017-1131
UBC exchange student Louis Gonick was dropped off in Stanley Park before disappearing
The family of missing 21-year-old Louis Gonick has now travelled to Vancouver from Ecuador to plead for any updates on the missing UBC student.
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Louis GONICK was last seen by a friend in the UBC area, on April 16th, 2017.
He has never been reported missing before his family and friends are concerned for his well-being as it is unusual for him to be out of contact.
Louis GONICK is described as a 21 year old Hispanic male (from South America), 171 cm tall, 64 kg, with brown hair and brown eyes. He was last known to be wearing a dark blue shirt, blue jeans, dark blue jacket and grey scarf.
Anyone with further information about this missing person is asked to contact the UBC RCMP at 604-224-1322 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS. File# 2017-1131.
I miss you, sings choir
WATCH CHOIR SING ON CASTANET NEWS
A few of them cried after it was all over.
The Missing People Choir performed for the Britain's Got Talent television show which was broadcast on Saturday.
Among the members of the choir was Denise Horvath-Allan whose son Charles Horvath  went missing in Kelowna on May 26, 1989. He is believed to have been murdered.
Horvath, a British national, was 20 years old when he vanished without a trace while staying at Tiny Town campground on Lakeshore Drive. He was hitchhiking and working his way across Canada to connect with Canadian family members.
Denise Horvath-Allan is one of the driving forces behind the choir, which has become another way to bring attention to the plight of families suffering through the pain of a lost loved one.
Images of some of those missing were flashed up on a screen during the performance.
The choir performed "I Miss You' during its audition.
Police Seeking Public’s Assistance Locating Debra Anne KUMAR
APD FILE # 2017-14871
DATE OF RELEASE: April 15, 2017

Debra Anne KUMAR was last seen at approximately 1:30 pm this afternoon in the area of Pauline Street and McDougall Avenue.
Debra is 60 years old, 5’3” tall, 160 lbs, green eyes with short grey hair. She was last observed wearing a long sleeved black shirt and pink pants. She had recently moved to Abbotsford and may not remember her address. Debra KUMAR requires medication that she did not have with her. Without her medication, Debra may have tremors, or appear confused or disoriented.
Anyone with information about this incident should call the Abbotsford Police Department at 604-859-5225, text us at 222973 (abbypd), or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

We very Sadly Found out that the body of Bruce was found
Our Heartfelt Prayers are with His Family

The Lumby RCMP are continuing their efforts to locate a seasonal resident of Mabel Lake, 57 year old Bruce Van Hasstrecht.
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File # 2017-6433
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On April 1, 2017, the Lumby RCMP attended a seasonal residence in the 3500 block of Mabel Lake Rd, in efforts to confirm the whereabouts of 57 year old Bruce Van Hasstrecht, who resides permanently in Alberta. As result of police findings at the scene, the Lumby RCMP activated the Vernon Search and Rescue Team along with an RCMP Police Dog team, who conducted a ground Search on Saturday and Sunday with negative results. Search resources also included the support of the RCMP Southeast Dsit Air Services helicopter.
RCMP investigators did find evidence that Bruce Van Hasstrecht was at the lake’s edge at one point prior to his disappearance. A search effort of Mabel Lake itself will resume once the RCMP Underwater Recovery Team arrives in Lumby.
At this time Bruce Van Hasstrecht is considered as missing, however police suspect he may have entered the lake and perished.

OUR SINCERE PRAYERS ARE WITH RENNIE'S FAMILY
Willem Rennie, 25, disappeared on April 19th, 2016.

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Body of missing man found
Comox Valley BC
2017-04-10 09:34 PDT - File # 2016-4449
The body of a man missing since April 19th 2016 was found on April 2nd 2017.
The cause of death is not considered suspicious at this time. The BC Coroners Service is involved in the investigation.
No further information will be provided at this time.

There has been no trace of him since. Foul Play is thought to have played a part in his disappearance. If you have ANY information regarding his disappearance please call Comox Valley RCMP (250)338-1321 or CRIMESTOPPERS 1-800-222-8477.
If remaining anonymous is a high priority to you call CRIMESTOPPERS. You DO NOT have to leave your name or even how you came across the information.
Willem DESERVES to be brought home and laid to rest with love.
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WITH GREAT SADNESS WE HEARD THAT TREVOR WAS FOUND DECEASED
OUR SINCERE CONDOLENCES AND PRAYERS ARE WITH HIS FAMILY

Trevor Oakley’s remains found near Sarita Bay
Port Alberni, Vancouver Island Integrated Major Crime Unit (VIIMCU)
File # 2017-363
2017-04-07 10:32 PDT

Public’s Assistance wanted to locate a Missing Man - Skylar George Pelletier
Friday April 7, 2017 - File 2017-12107
Chilliwack BC

RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating Skylar George Pelletier, 41, of Chilliwack. Skylar has not been seen since being in contact on face book with a friend on March 30, 2017.
Skylar is described as:
• Caucasian male
• Height: 178 cm (5’10”)
• Weight: 102 kg (225 lbs)
• Hair: Balding, Brown
• Eyes: Blue
As RCMP investigators continue to search for Skylar they are asking the public to remain watchful for him.
“Police and friends are concerned for Skylar’s wellbeing,” says Corporal Mike Rail spokesperson for the UFVRD.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Skylar George Pelletier is urged to contact the Chilliwack RCMP at 604-792-4611 or, should you wish to remain anonymous call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).
Missing Person: Leo Patrick REMY
Castlegar BC
2017-04-04 14:28 PDT - File # 2017-879

The Castlegar RCMP are asking for the public's assistance in locating 59 year old Leo Patrick REMY.
REMY was last seen leaving a local hotel on April 1st. Remy’s car, which is a 1996 grey Honda Accord, was located parked at the west end of the Kinnaird bridge on Monday, April 3rd ,2017. It was first noticed there on Saturday April 1st by a passerby.
Remy is described as:
a black male
height 5'8"
weight 170 lbs
unknown what he was last wearing.
Attached is a photo of Mr REMY. He appears a bit older than this picture depicts, and has shorter hair.
Police and family are concerned for Mr Remy’s wellbeing.

If anyone remembers seeing Mr REMY in the area of the Kinnaird bridge, or has information regarding his whereabouts, they are asked to contact the Castlegar RCMP at 250-365-7721
The New Westminster Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating 24 year old Caroline Biscaye.
New Westminster BC

Ms. Biscaye was last seen on Saturday March 25th, 2017 near the 2200 block of Hamilton Street in New Westminster.
“We are asking the public to help us locate Caroline Biscaye to ensure her well-being,” stated Acting Sergeant Jeff Scott. “Ms. Biscaye has been known to use public transit, so if you see her on the bus or Skytrain we ask you contact Transit Police.”
Caroline Biscaye is described as an Aboriginal female, 99 lbs, 5’7 ft with long black hair and last seen wearing a light blue jacket and grey pants. Ms. Biscaye does not have a cell phone and is believed to use public transit. Ms. Biscaye has been known to visit the Vancouver downtown east side.
If you know the whereabouts of Ms. Biscaye please call our non-emergency line at 604-525-5411 or your local police.


OUR SINCERE CONDOLENCES TO MICHAEL'S FAMILY
A Sooke man who hasn’t been seen since Wednesday has been found dead, according to his family.
Michael Gregory Widner, 39, was reported missing on Saturday.
On the weekend, Widner’s black 2003 Volgswagen Golf was found abandoned at Poirier Lake near Sooke.
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SADLY THE POLICE REPORTED
Human remains found near Malahat summit identified

File #:17-5785
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On March 3rd, the Vancouver Island Integrated Major Crime Unit (VIIMCU) working with the BC Coroners Service, Cowichan Valley and Salt Spring Island Search and Rescue recovered human remains from the Malahat.
Young’s death is being investigated as a homicide.
The investigation remains in the early stages but police say there is nothing to suggest that the public is at risk.
Young’s family is requesting their privacy at this time.
Investigators are asking anyone with information about the case to please come forward.
“The death of Mr. Young is tragic and our thoughts are with his family. We are asking those individuals who have information about his death to come forward.” says Cpl Tammy Douglas.
If you can help, call VIIMCU at 250-380-6211, or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477)

Candlelight Vigil to Recognize the 10th Anniversary of the Disappearance of Desmond Peter FULL STORY HERE

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SADLY - OUR SINCERE PRAYERS ARE WITH JOSEPH'S FAMILY
IHIT investigating found body in Abbotsford
Victim Identified as Joseph
KELLINGTON
IHIT File: 2017-297

West Vancouver Police are seeking public assistance to confirm the wellbeing of two people possibly lost on Cypress Mountain.

NSR release updated descriptions for snowshoers missing since Christmas
North Shore Rescue have released updated images and descriptions of what two missing snowshoers were wearing the day they disappeared.




43-year-old Roy Lee and 64-year-old Chun Sen Lam went missing on Cypress Mountain on Christmas Day.
The search was suspended five days later after exhaustive efforts.
The mens’ family are hoping that new photos will trigger someone’s memory as to where they might have been spotted.
If you saw these men, please call the West Vancouver Police immediately.

Roy Tin Hou LEE
West Vancouver Police were contacted late Sunday evening when a vehicle was found abandoned by staff in a parking area after Cypress Mountain closed for the night.
An investigation was undertaken to find anyone associated to the vehicle and confirm their wellbeing.
Investigators have been unable to contact the registered owner of the vehicle, 43-year-old Roy Tin Hou LEE of Vancouver. Information obtained by West Vancouver Police indicates Mr. LEE is an avid hiker and was on the mountain Sunday. Mr. LEE is believed to have been on the mountain with 64-year-old Chun Sek LAM, also of Vancouver.
Efforts to locate or contact either male have so far been unsuccessful.
North Shore Rescue is assisting with the investigation and will undertake further assessment and possible search operations today.
Anyone with information that could assist in locating Roy Tin Hou LEE or Chun Sek LAM is asked to contact West Vancouver Police at 604-925-7300.

Marie Stuart, a pregnant 38-year-old Abbotsford resident, has been missing for more than a month.
Police officers were searching Mill Lake on Saturday morning, as part of the missing person investigation of Marie Stuart.
Stuart has been missing since Dec. 27, 2016 and hasn't been seen by any member of her family since, police say.
Abbotsford Police Department's Sgt. Judy Bird said the search was not sparked by any new information or tips but was being conducted today because of the recently thawed lake surface.

In a video released today by the Abbotsford Police Department, Stuart's family makes a direct appeal to anyone with information about her whereabouts.
SEE VIDEO ON ABBY NEWS HERE

She disappeared near Sevenoaks Shopping Centre on Dec. 27, 2016 and hasn't been seen by any member of her family since, police say.
Janet Stuart, the missing woman's mother, speaks directly to the camera, flanked by Marie's husband, Leslie Scott Schellenberg, and her brother Dean, his wife Sarah and their daughter Autumn.
"We, as a family, are very concerned about her safety and well-being and the safety of her expected baby," Janet Stuart says. "We're asking if you have any information of her whereabouts or her safety to please contact the Abbotsford Police Department now."
Delta Police Seek Public Assistance in Locating Missing Person - Allen SKEDDEN
February 24, 2017 1:24pm - DPD File:17-3682/17-3848
March 3, 2017- IHIT File: 2017-289
Richmond File: 2017-6859
IHIT investigating suspicious death in Richmond – Victim Identified
Richmond: On March 2, 2017 just before 1:00 p.m. the Richmond RCMP responded to the 22,000 block of Fraserwood Way for a report of a found body. When police arrived, a deceased male victim was located with injuries that have not ruled out foul play. The male victim’s death was deemed suspicious, and the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team (IHIT) took conduct of the investigation.
The male victim has been identified as 52-year-old, Allen William SKEDDEN, a Delta resident. Mr. Skedden was last seen on February 21, 2017 and was reported as Missing to the Delta Police Department that same day, at which time, a Missing Person’s investigation was initiated.
IHIT continues to work in partnership with the Delta Police Department, the Richmond RCMP, IFIS, and the BC Coroner’s Service to further determine what events transpired between February 21, and March 2, 2017.
Cpl. Meghan FOSTER of IHIT says, “Collectively, the police agencies involved are working to determine how and when Mr. Skedden died. An autopsy is required to determine what caused Mr. Skedden’s death, and it has been scheduled to occur next week. Anyone with information is asked to contact police.”
Anyone with information is asked to contact the IHIT Information Line at 1-877-551-IHIT (4448), or by email at ihitinfo@rcmp-grc.gc.ca. Should you wish to remain anonymous, please contact Crime Stoppers by phone at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).
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On February 22, 2017 Delta Police responded to a report of a missing person, 52 year old Allen SKEDDEN. He had left his residence located in the 7800 blk of 117 Street in North Delta in the early evening hours of February 21,2017 and has not returned.
- Based on initial investigation efforts, police believe Mr. SKEDDEN was last seen on February 21, 2017 between 6pm and 8pm at Queensborough Landing( 800 blk Boyd St. New West.), possibly getting into a white van.
Police are concerned for the health and wellbeing of Mr. SKEDDEN. He has medical conditions that require ongoing medications and it is unknown if he has them with him.  Family and friends also indicate it is out of character for him to leave and not return.
Description: Mr. SKEDDEN is described as a Caucasian male, 52 years, 5’3, stocky build, dark brown curly hair, brown mustache and a cleft lip. Tattoos, one on his right forearm of a Canadian flag. No clothing description known.
He takes public transit and is known to frequent both the Surrey and New Westminster areas.
If anyone has seen or heard from him (on or after February 21) or knows of his whereabouts, are asked to contact the Delta Police 604 946 4411 and quote file 17-3848.
Help RCMP Locate Ian Henry
North Cowichan\Duncan
2017-03-02 14:24 PST - File # 2015-11449

North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP are requesting the public’s assistance in locating a missing North Cowichan/Duncan man.
The last confirmed sighting of Ian Henry was in August 2015 in Duncan, BC. He may have been associated to a newer red and black 15 speed mountain bike at the time. There have been subsequent reported sightings of Ian Henry on Central and Southern Vancouver Island, and the Lower Mainland but nothing has been confirmed.
Ian Henry suffered from a medical condition which required medication. At the time of his disappearance, it was unknown if he had access to his medication.
Ian Henry would be 28 years old now. His description is as follows:
First Nations male
178 cm / 5ft 10in
77 kg / 170 lbs
black hair
brown eyes
wearing a dark coloured shirt and dark coloured shorts
Ian Henry’s family, friends, Cowichan Tribes, and other local agencies have all worked closely with police to try to gather information about his whereabouts.
Anyone with any information as to the whereabouts of Ian Henry is asked to contact the North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP at 250-748-5522 or Crime Stoppers at cowichancrimestoppers.com; you can TEXT a tip by typing COWICHAN plus your tip to 274637, or call 1-800-222-8477.
A Surrey family is reaching out to the public to help find their 34-year-old son - Amanpreet Dhillon

After having no contact with him for almost two years.
Amanpreet Dhillon was reported missing in December 2016.
Police have determined Dhillon was last seen in downtown Vancouver on May 15, 2015.
After exhausting all leads, detectives are hoping someone may recognize him or know where he is, Const. Jason Doucette of the Vancouver Police Department said in a release.
Dhillon is a five-foot-nine, 170-pound South Asian man with black hair and brown eyes.
He has also used the name Coku Dhillon in the past and has expressed interest in travelling to Calgary and Toronto.
“His family is extremely concerned and would like to hear from him,” Doucette said.
Anyone with information on Dhillon's whereabouts is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-8477.  
Holding on to hope
Denise Horvath-Allan, Wendy Bosma and Glenda Derbyshire are living a common nightmare.

Each have been searching more than a decade to find their missing sons, either alive or dead, seeking answers to the questions surrounding why they suddenly disappeared from Kelowna's landscape.
"I'm getting older now at age 67, so there isn't much time left," said Horvath-Allan, who has been searching for son Charles Horvath ever since he was last seen in Kelowna on May 26,1989.
Horvath-Allan, who lives in Cambridge, England, a suburb of London, was to have met her then 21-year-old son in Asia after he completed a cross-Canada holiday trek, but he didn't show up.
"I get a lot of support from people around the world, a lot of kind messages of hope, but not the message that I want, that my son has been found. "
Bosma, a Kelowna resident, last saw her son Mike Bosma on Jan. 9, 2006. She understands first-hand the lack of closure over the fate of a missing child for a parent.
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Husband arrested in connection with B.C. woman's disappearance in Peru
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Mother of 2 goes missing- Kimberlee Suzanne Kasatkin

Madison Erhardt - Jan 12, 2017 / 12:36 pm | Story: 185874
A woman with B.C. roots may be missing in Peru.

The parents of the missing woman are asking for the public's help in tracking down the mother of two, believed to be somewhere in B.C. or Peru.
Kimberlee Suzanne Kasatkin, 41, makes trips to the Abbotsford area to visit her parents a few times a year for extended periods, but her parents haven't been in contact with her for almost two months.  
The parents contacted Abbotsford police on Dec. 5 to report that she had vanished from her home in South America. Kasatkin shares the home with her common-law husband and her two children. 
Christopher, her common-law husband, told a blogger that Kasatk
in was suffering from depression and she wanted to leave the country. He says she took most of her belongings, including phone, credit cards, passport and clothing. She disappeared leaving no note behind.
Her parents, Kathleen and Alexander Kasatkin, last spoke with their daughter on Nov. 26, 2016.
"She has tons of friends. She spent time in Langley, she spent time in Victoria," Const. Ian MacDonald said at a news conference Wednesday.
"We think that it's quite possible that she had contact with her friends in November, and maybe still continues to have contact with those friends that just have not, at this point, become aware that she's missing."
Kasatkin is a stay-at-home mother and had been hoping to plan a ski-trip to B.C. to teach her family how to ski.
 

Missing Person to Locate - Dan ROSS
Penticton BC
2016-08-24 09:48 PDT - File # 2016-12165

Penticton RCMP is requesting the public's assistance in locating a missing Penticton resident.
Dan ROSS was last seen August 3rd, 2016.
Description of Dan Ross:
caucasian male
32 years
6 ft 1 in (185 cm)
165 lbs (75 kg)
brown hair
brown eyes
He was last seen wearing:
tan shorts
white tee shirt
white running shoes
Police are very concerned for Dan Ross's health and well-being and friends and family report that it is out of character for him to be out of contact for this long.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Dan ROSS is urged to contact their local police, or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).
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File # Mission 2017-1758 - 2017-02-20 11:37 PST
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North Vancouver BC
B.C. First Nation offers 20K reward in case of Immaculate Basil, missing since 2013
Immaculate Basil, 26, last seen June 14, 2013 near Fort St. James, B.C.
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Police Ask For Public’s Help to Find Injured Woman
February 17, 2017
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Vancouver Police are requesting the public’s assistance to help find the victim of an assault who may be injured and in need of medical attention.
Shortly after 2 a.m. on the morning of February 17th, witnesses reported hearing a woman scream and saw her lying on the ground in south lane of West 10th Avenue near Alder Street. A man was seen repeatedly striking the woman and then pulling her into a vehicle. Police were called but the vehicle sped off before officers arrived. An extensive search failed to locate the vehicle or occupants.
The victim is described as a white woman in her early 20s with a slender build and long, straight, platinum blonde hair with bangs. She was wearing a neutral-coloured top and a black skirt.
The suspect is described as a well-dressed white man in his 30s with a medium build. He was clean-shaven with slicked-back dark hair, and was wearing a long black trench coat and blue jeans.
The suspect vehicle is described as a silver-coloured, luxury model sedan.
Anyone with information is asked to call 9-1-1 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477

B.C. man speaks out about mysterious disappearance of parents
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The Williams Lake RCMP is seeking the publics’ assistance in locating a missing couple, Mihai Vornicu and his wife Marie Olarte.
Williams Lake BC
2016-09-01 16:16 PDT - File # 2016-6788
Third person added to report of missing people: RCMP
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At 11:15 am, Selkirk RCMP were advised that 18 month old, Seaira Neveah HUNTER, and her mother Rebecca MIKALOSH
Family and friends of missing Everett Jones, along with RCMP, are gathering for a prayer vigil one year later.
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They’re meeting on Allenby Road where he was last seen.
“It’s really difficult to have Everett missing,” says his mother Myra Charlie. “I wish we could find an answer but I do thank everyone for their work and their prayers.”
Everett Jones has cognitive disabilities that made him unable to live on his own. One year ago he was 47 years old and he carried quite a rigid routine so when he didn’t return home that day his family knew something was wrong.
A massive search, involving family and numerous search and rescue members, carried on for days.
Now one year later they’re still looking and praying for answers.
“I don’t know what more we can do because you know we still have family searching today,” says Jason Seward.  “It is tough.”
“He’s been gone for a year now and we’re still praying for him and still watching for him and hope the Lord will guide him back home,” says Cowichan Tribes member Ernie Rice.
Mounties say they’re leaving no stone unturned and the investigation is among their top priorities.
“We’re continuing to investigate actively,” says Insp. Ray Carfantan. “Without getting into details of the investigation we’re certainly pursuing all avenues and as I said reaching out to people, some of the most senior investigators in the province. We have asked them to look at our investigation and tell us if there’s anything we can do and we’re certainly following up on all of those leads.”
His mother among those desperately wanting to know what happened to her son, she’s praying for answers.
Anyone with information about what happened to Everett Jones should talk to North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP or call Crime Stoppers.
Do you Know this Woman?
Langley BC
2017-02-08 11:56 PST - File # 2017-4356

Langley RCMP is seeking to identify the woman pictured and check on her wellbeing.
The woman was seen at Langley Memorial Hospital at approximately 6:00 p.m. on February 6th and she seemed upset. She left prior to being seen by medical staff. Police are concerned she may have been the victim of a crime and need assistance.
Photograph of unidentified female at hospital
She may go by the name Vera and is possibly from the Abbotsford Area.
If you recognize the woman pictured, please contact Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200. Investigators would like to speak with her and establish her wellbeing.
10 Year Anniversary since Disappearance of 14 Year Old Boy - Desmond Peter
North Cowichan\Duncan BC
2017-02-09 13:54 PST - File # 2007-3955

14 year old Desmond Peter was reported missing in March 2007. Prior to his disappearance, Desmond Peter had been seen at the old Malaspina College in Duncan, BC, on Cowichan Way near the Trans Canada Highway. There had been reported possible sightings of him in and around the Central Vancouver Island area subsequent to that, however, none of them have been confirmed. Friends and family have worked tirelessly to get answers as to his whereabouts.
Desmond Peter is a First Nations male who would now be 24 years old. At the time of his disappearance he was 5'6", with brown eyes, dark brown hair with some facial stubble. He was known to wear a dark coloured hoodie which he pulled up to conceal his face and was known by other names; Desi, Desmond Louie and Casey Louie.
This is an open investigation into his disappearance. The RCMP, with the assistance of Cowichan Valley Search and Rescue have conducted land, air, and water searches of the areas where it is believed he may have reasonably been before he was reported missing. Local hospitals and shelters remain negative for any contact with Desmond Peter.
The RCMP, the Canada Missing Children's Society, Cowichan Tribes, friends and family, are all working together to uncover any information that may lead to Desmond Peters' whereabouts.
Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of Desmond Peter is asked to contact North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP at 250-748-5522 or Crime Stoppers at cowichancrimestoppers.com; you can TEXT a tip by typing COWICHAN plus your TIP to 274637, or call 1-800-222-8477.
'I believe she's alive': Mom offers $25K in search for missing girl
CTV Vancouver
Published Thursday, October 27, 2016 12:20PM PDT

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The worried mom of a missing Saskatchewan teenager has returned to B.C. to follow up on potential sightings of her daughter.
Paula Bali is in Burnaby for the second time since 17-year-old Mekayla disappeared without warning in April, which left her family desperate to ensure her safety.
"In my heart I believe she's alive. I don't believe she's safe. My gut tells me we need to look," Bali told CTV News on Wednesday while handing out fliers.
Missing Sask. teen Mekayla Bali believed to be in Vancouver

Published Sunday, October 9, 2016 2:50PM PDT
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The mother of a missing teen from Yorkton, Sask. travelled to Vancouver to set up a poster campaign in hopes of finding her daughter.
Mekayla Bali, 17, was reported missing by her family on April 12. Mekayla’s mother Paula Bali spent one week putting up posters around Metro Vancouver after the RCMP received tips that Mekayla was in the area.
Paula said the Yorkton community came together over about three months and raised $25,000 for information leading to her safe return.
The mother of a missing teen from Yorkton, Sask. travelled to Vancouver to set up a poster campaign in hopes of finding her daughter.
“So many individuals know you in a smaller area and there’s been a huge community backing setting up a reward, hoping that would elicit some information,” she said.
According to police, Mekayla was last spotted at a bus depot in Yorkton where she ate lunch at a restaurant but did not buy a ticket or board a bus. Investigators are also looking for a man who may have been with her at the bus depot before she disappeared.
Paula said Mekayla’s absence has been very difficult for her two siblings, ages nine and eight.
“Her sister just turned eight. That was a tough day,” Paula said. “She said ‘My greatest wish for my birthday is that my sister would come home and if she doesn’t, it means she’s just really busy.’”
RCMP said they have received more than 130 tips since Mekayla’s disappearance, including possible sightings.
Mekayla is described as Caucasian, about 5-2 tall and 115 pounds. She has blonde hair and blue eyes, and she occasionally wears dark-rimmed glasses.
On Wednesday a candlelight vigil in Yorkton will mark six months since Mekayla’s disappearance.
“We’re really desperate for information,” Paula said. “We love Mekayla and we really don’t know what’s happened, but we just want to contact her and make sure she’s safe. “
Anyone with information is asked to contact police or Crime Stoppers. The family has also set up a Facebook page called Let’s Bring Mekayla Bali home.

The New Westminster Police Department is seeking the assistance of the public to locate 25 year old Satnam Singh.
New Westminster BC

Mr. Singh was last seen in the 300 block of Wood Street in New Westminster on December 13th 2016 at approximately 10:00pm. Mr. Singh was anticipated to return home to India, however he didn’t board his flight.
On December 16th 2016, the New Westminster Police Department was notified, and no safety concerns were identified. The investigation is on-going, and it appears that Mr. Singh is electing to stay in Canada and not return home to India.
“Mr. Singh is not in any trouble with us, and we are not concerned for his safety, but we do need to confirm this,” stated Media Relations Officer Acting Sergeant Jeff Scott. “Whenever we have a report of this kind, we need to meet with the person to determine their well-being. Although we have no reason to believe that Mr. Singh is at any risk, we do need to speak with him.”
If anyone has information about Satnam Singh’s whereabouts, they are asked to call the New Westminster Police Department at 604-525-5411.
B.C. man speaks out about mysterious disappearance of parents - Mihai Vornicu and Marie Olarte
Paul Vornicu, 18, is pleading for anyone with information related to the mysterious disappearance of his parents in Northern B.C. six months ago to come forward.

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Joshua Chamanya
Our Sincere Condolences to Joshua's Family
A GO-FUND-ME is in place to help Family with the many costs.

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Almost a year ago today on January 19th 2016, our beloved brother, friend and classmate vanished. After months of searching, wondering and praying, we recieved news on January 9th 2017 that his remains were located.
Though Joshua's life was cut short, the impact and the lives he has touched will stand the test of time. He will be remembered for his loving and kind spirit and the joy he brought to the ones lucky enough to have known him.He leaved behind a family, who though mourn his passing, celebrate his life and the all the good he has left behind. Together, we looking to raise money for his funeral and memorial service. Any donation raised will go directly to his family to help with the funeral and memorial costs they now face.
The Lord had called our boy home- to a place where no sorrow, pain or hurt can reach. It is there that his soul shall rest peacefully in the presence of the Lord.
We thank you in advance for you genoricity and support through this difficult time.
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Former friends of Nicholas Hannon sentenced to life in prison for his murder
Bradley Flaherty, Keith Tankard and Connor Campbell were once close with teen they murdered in 2014
By Karin Larsen, CBC News Posted: Jan 23, 2017 10:35 AM PT Last Updated: Jan 23, 2017 11:19 PM PT

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Three young men charged with killing 19-year-old Nicholas Hannon have all been sentenced to life in prison after pleading guilty to the second-degree murder of their former long-time friend.
Bradley Michael Flaherty, 20, Keith William Tankard, 20, and Connor Angus Campbell, 21, won't be able eligible to apply for parole until they have served 18 years.
Craig Hannon, the victim's father, said the sentencing, although helpful in achieving some closure, was difficult because all four boys had been close at one time.
"They grew up together. I coached them in hockey and they've been in my home many times, so it's senseless," he said outside of court. "It makes you just look skyward and wonder why? How they could come to do that?"
The three accused have been in custody ever since they were arrested and charged with first-degree murder in Sept. 2015, soon after Hannon's body was recovered from a wooded area of Mission.
Craig Hannon told CBC watching the three men sentenced to life in prison for killing his son was difficult. "They grew up together. I coached them in hockey," he said. "It makes you just look skyward and wonder why? How they could come to do that?"
The Langley teen had gone missing in February 2014 and was the subject of a high profile missing person's campaign.
At the time, his family offered a $10,000 reward for information around his disappearance.
The court heard how the four friends had started using and selling drugs together. Over time, the three accused grew to feel threatened and afraid of Hannon, which led to them eventually planning and carrying out his murder.
The trio prepared a grave in a remote part of Mission before luring him to a house where he was tasered, bound and choked to death.
They then wrapped his body in a blanket and drove it to the grave site. The court heard how Campbell shot the deceased in the head before the body was burned and buried.
Tankard even visited the victim's house several times after the killing, pretending to be concerned over his missing friend.
It took a year and a half and an undercover sting operation to find Hannon's remains and arrest the three men.
Connor Campbell is the son of two police officers including former Mountie Catherine Galliford who sued the RCMP in a high profile sexual harassment case.
Dan McLaughlin, communications counsel for the Criminal Justice Branch, said by pleading guilty to the charge of second-degree murder the thee men avoided a lengthy and potentially traumatic trial.
"Plea resolutions like this are appropriate where they give Crown an opportunity to put before the court a full recitation of the facts," he said. "[It's] also appropriate where the offenders accept responsibility and acknowledge their role in those facts."
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Prince George, B.C.- 51-year-old Max Mayling is missing, and Prince George RCMP are concerned he may have found himself in harms way.

Niece Carson Pechawis reads a statement from Maxwell Mayling's daughter who was 'too distraught' to attend the news conference. (Andrew Kurjata/CBC)


Today, members of Mayling’s family made an emotional plea for information leading to his whereabouts.
They came from Toronto, Prince Albert Saskatchewan, and  Grande Prairie  to ask  the public for information on  his whereabouts.   Either  call  the  RCMP, (250-561-3300) or Crime Stoppers (1-800-222-8477)
“As a mother, I only have one thing to say” said Kay Pechawis  as she fought back tears. “This is so unbelievable.  I only have two sons,  Archer, and Max, life’s not  worth living without either of them, so please,  anyone out there knows anything, anything at all that might help locate my some, please call the numbers given previously, either the RCMP or anonymously.  I would appreciate that very much, the whole family would appreciate that very much.”
Mayling  was reported missing  Sunday November 6th  when his brother Archer called RCMP from Toronto.  Prince George RCMP  Superintendent  Warren Brown  says investigators have determined Max  had not been seen since early October and his disappearance is  out of character for the 51 year old father of two.
Mayling’s brother,  Archer Pechawis  spoke of Max as being dedicated to his family, a hard  worker who has an incredible sense of humour. 

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UPDATE: Missing Person May have been Victim of Foul Play

Prince George, General Investigation Services
2017-01-11 10:17 PST - File # 2016-35737
The Investigation into the disappearance of a local man that has not been seen since October is continuing.
On Sunday November 6th, 2016, the Prince George RCMP received a request to locate 51 year old Prince George resident, Maxwell Harvey MAYLING.
The investigation has led officers to believe that Maxwell may have been a victim of foul play. The Detachment’s Serious Crime Section has been leading the investigation and are treating it as a possible homicide.
Maxwell is known to police and is believed to be associated to the drug trade. He was residing in the Fort St. John area up until the spring of 2016 when he moved to Prince George. Since 2007, he has had police contact in Prince George, Fort St. John, Dawson Creek, Chetwynd and Fort Nelson, BC.
Police have located and seized MAYLING’s red 1995 4-door Ford Taurus in downtown Prince George.
Investigators are once again requesting the public’s help. Anyone with information about Maxwell Harvey MAYLING or his disappearance, are asked to please contact the Prince George RCMP at (250)561-3300 or anonymously contact Crime Stoppers at 1(800)222-8477, online at www.pgcrimestoppers.bc.ca (English only), or Text-A-Tip to CRIMES (274637) using keyword “pgtips”. You do not have to reveal your identity to Crime Stoppers.
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Prince George BC
2016-11-15 10:10 PST - File # 2016-35737

The Prince George RCMP are requesting the public’s help in locating a person that has not been seen since late last month.
On Sunday November 6th, 2016, the Prince George RCMP received a request to locate 51 year old Prince George resident, Maxwell Harvey MAYLING. MAYLING has not been seen since late October.
MAYLING is described as:
First Nations male
175 cm (5’9)
82 kg (180 lbs)
Brown eyes
Salt & pepper hair
Wears glasses
Police believe that MAYLING may be driving a red 1995 4-door Ford Taurus bearing BC licence plate CN783F.
All efforts to locate Maxwell have been negative so far. Police have no reason to suspect foul play, but wish to speak to MAYLING to ensure he is safe.
Police are now asking the public’s help in locating Maxwell Harvey MAYLING. If you have any information about Maxwell or where he might be, please contact the Prince George RCMP at (250)561-3300 or anonymously contact Crime Stoppers at 1(800)222-8477, online at www.pgcrimestoppers.bc.ca (English only), or Text-A-Tip to CRIMES (274637) using keyword "pgtips". You do not have to reveal your identity to Crime Stoppers.

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Amanda Todd’s mother raising money to see Netherlands trial of Aydin Coban
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Carol Todd is reaching out to the online community, hoping they will donate funds to help her and her significant other fly to the Netherlands to meet the man charged in Canada for the implication of her daughter’s suicide.
Amanda Todd’s suicide in 2012 has been a story of twists and turns, and her mother Carol says she’s beginning a new chapter with Aydin Coban’s trial.
Coban is facing child pornography and extortion charges, but not in the case of her daughter.
Carol Todd says despite that, she wants to prepare herself.
“I just feel I need to be there to be able to get a sense of how it’s going to feel when the trial comes to Canada.”
Todd says as his trial nears, the more she looks forward to it, and dreads it.
“Having this trial come up is making it all that more real.”
More than $5,000 has already been raised, but she’s hoping a little bit more can be added to allow her significant other to come with her for support.
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Missing Person to locate: Benjamin Reichert

Kelowna BC
2017-01-03 15:21 PST - File # 2017-220
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The Abbotsford Police Department (APD) is seeking the public’s help in trying to locate a missing woman - Marie Stuart
APD FILE # 2016-53506 - December 28, 2016
Abbotsford BC
She was last seen in the area of the Seven Oaks Mall in the 32900 block of South Fraser Way on Tuesday, December 27, 2016 at 3:00 pm.
STUART stands 5’2” tall with black hair and glasses (see photos). She was last observed wearing a yellow toque and black jacket. Marie STUART requires medication that she did not have with her and her family is very concerned about her

Abbotsford News - by  Vikki Hopes
Dec 29, 2016 at 9:04 AM
Search-and-rescue teams aided today in the search for a missing Abbotsford woman, but as of late afternoon, she hadn’t turned up.
Marie Stuart, 38, was last seen in the area of the Sevenoaks Shopping Centre in the 32900 block of South Fraser Way on Tuesday, Dec. 27 at 3 p.m.
Stuart is five months’ pregnant with her first child and requires medication that she does not have with her, said Abbotsford Police Const. Ian MacDonald.
He said Stuart became separated from her husband after the two got off a bus at the shopping centre and went in opposite directions. Her husband was unable to find her and then called police.
Search-and-rescue teams were called in to aid police in the search of nearby parks and neighbourhoods.
“At this point, we are very concerned and, obviously, family’s very concerned,” MacDonald said.
He said Stuart does not have a history of running off, and police hope that she is safe with a friend.
She is not active on social media, MacDonald said.
Stuart’s husband, Leslie Scott Schellenberg (in photo), urged the public to alert police if they see her.
“She’s been pretty moody … She’s kind of in a bit of a state, and I’m worried that she might just wander aimlessly,” he said.
He had a message for Stuart: “I love you and I miss you and I want to see you again.”
Stuart is 5’ 2” with black hair and glasses. She was last seen wearing a yellow toque and black jacket.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the APD at 604-859-5225 or text abbypd (222973).

Mystery of missing women
Darren Handschuh - Dec 28, 2016 / 5:00 am | Story
Castanet is counting down Vernon's top five stories of 2016. 
In third place is the disappearance of three women from the North Okanagan Shuswap.
It's been almost a year since anyone has seen Caitlyn Potts.
Potts was last seen on Feb. 22, and made contact with friends on social media Feb. 26, but has not been heard from since.
The 27-year-old First Nations woman was reported missing March 1.
Two months later, another North Okanagan woman went missing.
Ashley Simpson, 31, was last heard from on April 27 and then on July 22, Deanna Mildred Wertz, 46, was also reported missing.
Potts and Wertz were from the Enderby area, while Simpson was living in the Salmon Arm area.
Police said on the morning of July 19, Wertz went for a walk somewhere in the wooded area near her residence on Yankee Flats Road and has not been seen since. Wertz was an avid hiker and was known to go on lengthy hikes.
Initially, the disappearance of Potts and Simpson were not treated as suspicious by North Okanagan RCMP, but as time dragged on with no signs of the women, the Southeast District Major Crimes Unit took over both cases.
“Ashley’s typical communication with friends and family has ceased without explanation and investigators suspect that Ashley’s disappearance may very well be the result of foul play,” said Cpl. Dan Moskaluk in May when the SED took over the investigation.
Upon her disappearance, Simpson's family launched a social media campaign with pictures of her and a plea for any information.
Members of her family also travelled from Ontario to Salmon Arm where they handed out flyers.
Simpson is approximately 5-feet-5-inches tall, 119 pounds with brown eyes and hair.
Her aunt, Amanda Haveman, said Simpson also has the word 'Gypsy' tattooed on her left arm and a hummingbird and strawberries on her right arm.
In early June, members of the Splatsin First Nation held a day-long search for Potts.
“Somebody has seen something and somebody can help,” said Charlene Belleau, organizer and chief of the Esketemc First Nation.
On the day of the search, Potts' mother, Priscilla said she was “really grateful for the support.”
"Caitlyn's not even from this province but she's in our territory and (the community is) here to help," said Splatsin First Nation Chief Wayne Christian on the day of the search. "It's really important to show that we do care and something's got to be done."
Potts is described as approximately 5-feet-3-inches tall, 150 pounds with brown eyes and black hair.
Police said the case is still being actively investigated.
Rose Simpson, Ashley's cousin, writes a monthly blog on the status of Ashley.
Anyone with information on the location of any of the missing women are urged to call police.


RCMP find missing Penticton man in camper van; immobilized with back injury
By Steve Arstad
December 27, 2016 - 11:00 AM
PENTICTON - A man and his pets spent a much more comfortable Christmas than they otherwise would have, thanks to efforts of Penticton RCMP.
Cpl. Don Wrigglesworth says the RCMP followed up after a man reported his friend missing on Friday evening, Dec. 23.
The man hadn’t heard from his friend, who was homeless and lived in his camper van, for several days.
Police located the friend's vehicle at the rec centre at 2:30 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 24. He was found on his back on the floor of the van with his dog and two cats nearby.
The man had been stuck in the van since Thursday after he was immobilized by a ruptured disc in his back, Wrigglesworth says.
Police called an ambulance for the man, then secured, watered and fed the animals prior to delivering them to the friend who made the initial report to police.
Wrigglesworth says the injured man, who is otherwise in good health, will be in hospital for some time.
Mission RCMP are Renewing their Plea to Find
Missing Person Miles McCallum

Mission BC
Fri Sep 30 09:35:00 PDT 2016 - File # Mission 2016-12054

Mission RCMP are seeking the assistance of the public in locating 32 year old Miles McCallum, who was last seen in the 8900 block of Cedar Street in Mission, during the early morning of Tuesday September 13, 2016.
McCallum’s current whereabouts are unknown. He is known to frequent the areas of Mission, Abbotsford and North Vancouver.
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Miles McCallum is described as:
6’
150lbs
Short brown hair
Hazel eyes
Last seen wearing a black Armani shirt with white stripes, blue jeans, grey boots, carrying a red, grey and black camouflage backpack. Miles wears a distinctive large chain with a Superman symbol.
Anyone who has seen Miles McCallum or has information on his whereabouts is asked to immediately call the Mission RCMP at 604-820-7161, Crime Stoppers or their local police

Mom's desperate search for missing daughter highlights all too common story
SEE CBC for Complete Story
Paula Bali will not be celebrating Christmas this year with her family in Yorkton, Sask. She says there is no room in her life for anything other than finding her missing daughter, Mekayla.
"Right now we don't celebrate birthdays, we don't celebrate Thanksgiving. I've done nothing for Christmas because it's just too painful," she said during her fourth visit to the streets of Vancouver in the last eight months.
"I don't feel like there's anything to celebrate right now until I've found out what's happened to my daughter."

Paula Bali asks a man on Granville Street in Vancouver if he has seen her missing daughter Mekayla Bali, who was last seen at the Yorkton, Sask. bus station on April 12, 2016. Tips have led Bali to Vancouver. (Glen Kugelstadt/CBC)
See Previous Missing Children Story

Missing person located deceased, investigation continuing
Elk Valley, Major Crimes Unit
2016-12-07 13:57 PST
Our Sincere Condolences to Jeremy's Family
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Fernie, BC: On December 5, 2016, shortly before 5:30 pm (MST), Elk Valley RCMP attended a residence located in the 1100 block of 2nd Ave. in Fernie. Upon attendance, police located a deceased person.
Police can confirm that the found body was that of a missing man. Jeremy Wellman, 32, was last seen on December 2 when he went to get gas in Fernie, BC.
Police are continuing their investigation and asking anyone who has any information about Jeremy Wellman's activities prior to December 5 to contact them at (250)425-6233 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
Police seek public's assistance to locate missing man - Jeremy Roy Scott WELLMAN
The Elk Valley Regional RCMP

Have you seen Igor Dostal?
North Vancouver BC
2016-12-01 09:50 PST - File # 2016-31196

North Vancouver RCMP is asking for the public’s assistance in locating Igor Dostal, a 41 year-old North Vancouver man who was last heard from on Tuesday, November 20, 2016.
All inquiries and searches have failed to locate Dostal. Police, family, and friends are concerned about his well-being and need the general public in helping locate him.
Igor Dostal is described as:
Caucasian male
175 cm tall (5’ 9")
75 kg (181 lbs)
Medium build
Short brown hair
Green eyes
If you have seen Igor Dostal or know of his whereabouts, you are asked to call 911 or the North Vancouver RCMP at 604-985-1311 and quote file #2016-31196.
Family still hopeful four years after Emma Fillipoff vanished from Victoria
Emma’s family is offering a $25,000 reward for information that helps find her.
See Full Story Here
- Also See "Help Find Emma Fillipoff"
OUR SINCERE CONDOLENCES TO IDA'S FAMILY
The search for a missing Trail woman ended Tuesday when the woman was found dead by search and rescue teams.

2016-11-21 16:21 PST - File # 2016-5134
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The body of 70-year-old Ida Cragnolini was spotted by a helicopter crew searching the Miral Heights area above the community.  
Trail RCMP Sgt. Darren Oelke says the area had been covered by ground crews, but she was not near a path and thus not noticed.
Cragnolini left her home near the Waneta Mall on Sunday to visit a friend, who lives nearby. Police were called when she failed to show up at the friend’s house.
Cragnolini was suffering from dementia. Foul play is not suspected in her death.
Her disappearance prompted a search that was joined by hundreds of volunteers and search crews from as far away as the Okanagan.
The coroner’s office will continue to investigate the circumstances of her death.
OUR SINCERE CONDOLENCES TO FLORENCE FAMILY
OUR HEART BREAKS FOR THEM
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Missing 32-year-old mother Florence Leung has been found dead, a post on a Facebook page dedicated to finding her confirmed Wednesday.
“It is with great sadness to tell everyone that Florence Leung has been found. Police notified husband Kim Chen and family earlier today of the discovery. We ask that everyone at the moment respect the family's privacy and we will release more details as they become available. We thank you all for your prayers, love and support at this very difficult time,” it said.
Leung was a 32-year-old new mom and was believed to have been suffering post-partum depression after giving birth to her first child. She was receiving treatment before her disappearance on Oct. 25.

VERY SAD NEWS as Michelle was found deceased
Missing Person – Michelle Moss
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Saanich Police Missing Person – Michelle Moss -Update Nov 14
UPDATE - 16-11-14
On Sunday November 13, 201, at around 3:30 PM,  Saanich Police were contacted about a deceased person found in Cuthbert Holmes Park in Saanich.  Saanich Police Detectives and the Saanich Police Forensic Identification Section attended and have been able to rule out anything suspicious surrounding the discovery. 
Police can now confirm the deceased person found is Michelle Moss who was reported missing on October 23, 2016.  The investigation has been passed along to the BC Coroner’s Service and the family has requested privacy at this time.

WITH BREAKING HEARTS THE POLICE REPORT THAT NIA WAS FOUND DECEASED
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Please See CTV for full story

With Great Sadness the RCMP has reported that Oliver was found deceased
Missing person to locate – Oliver MORA ZAMARRIPA

2016-10-25 - File # 2016-47021
Burnaby BC

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Missing man located deceased, death considered suspicious
Burnaby, Lytton, Major Crimes Unit
2016-11-09 10:44 PST
Lytton, BC: Police are continuing their investigation and asking anyone who has any information to contact the E Division Major Crime tip line.
On November 1, 2016, members of the Lytton RCMP Detachment located the body of a man who was reported missing to the Burnaby RCMP Detachment on October 18. Police pursued a number of investigative avenues and determined that the man, identified as Oliver Mora Zamarripa, 19, was last seen by friends in Vancouver on October 15. On October 26, the Vancouver Police Department assumed conduct of the missing person investigation.
The death of Oliver Mora Zamarripa is considered suspicious and investigators of the E Division Major Crime Unit now have conduct of the investigation. His family has asked for privacy. Anyone who has any information about this incident or Oliver Mora Zamarripa's activities prior to November 1 are asked to contact the E Division Major Crime tip line at 778-290-3900.
No further information is available at this time.

MISSING JOSHUA JEFFS


I am the mother of Joshua Jeffs who went missing in Revelstoke, British Columbia over 2 years ago. December 19th 2013. I am pleading that someone, any organizations who are willing to help conduct a search this upcoming spring. I live in The Pas, Manitoba. I don’t have the resources to organize a search from two provinces away. If you are a parent you will understand my family’s need to locate my sons remains. I do understand some people look down on son because he decided to... run into the bushes when the police were in pursuit of him. But he is still my child, I never loved him less for the wrong choices he has made. Just as I’m sure you wouldn’t if your child made those choices as well. After Josh went missing I told the RCMP that if he didn’t contact me by Christmas, as we were very close. I knew he never made it out of the bush. As time passed he was a missing person. I was informed that Search & Rescue would contact a search in the spring of 2014.
I then, hitch hiked from Northern Manitoba in May 2014. I stayed there for two weeks waiting for a search, but sadly Search & Rescue were not ready to conduct a search. I hitchhiked back home and returned to work to wait to be contacted by Revelstock Search & Rescue. When they reached out to me for a search in June, I once again, hitch hiked there so I can be present for the search. But nothing was found, so I returned home. A few days later I looked on the report on the search in the local Revelstoke paper, which said they would not be having anymore searches for my son. I don’t know why I was not told that when I was in British Columbia.
There was only the one search for my son after the snow had cleared up. Previous paper clipping said they would continue to do more searches after the foot search, which did not happen. This news was very upsetting, as any parent would understand.
So I am pleading for any sort of help as towards finding my son this upcoming spring. This experience has been extremely hard on me and my family. Please for the peace of mind for myself and the rest of my children. Help us bring my son home.
You can contact me directly on Facebook account Charlene Slim or my cellphone 1-204-620-2412.
Thank you very much for taking the time to read this.
Our Sincere Condolences to Leigh's Family
As he was found deceased

North Vancouver BC

2016-10-30 22:30 PDT - File # 2016-28476
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North Vancouver RCMP is asking for the public’s assistance in locating a 37 year-old North Vancouver man who was last seen on Thursday October 27th, 2016.
Missing is Leigh Luyt who was last .seen near his residence in North Vancouver.
All inquiries and searches have failed to locate Luyt. Police are concerned about his well-being and need the general public in helping locate him.
Leigh Luyt is described as:
• 180 cm tall
• 89 kg
• Black hair
• Brown eyes
If you have seen Leigh Luyt or know of his whereabouts, you are asked to call 911 or the North Vancouver RCMP at 604-985-1311 and quote file #2016-28476
Walk remembers Taylor
by  Roger Knox - Vernon Morning Star
Armstrong posted Oct 25, 2016 at 8:00 AM

A walk in Armstrong Tuesday will remember Taylor Van Diest, who died in 2011.— image credit: Photo submitted
The fifth Taylor Van Diest Memorial Walk in Armstrong will be the final one.
The event, which remembers the Armstrong teenager assaulted and killed near railway tracks in the city on Halloween night 2011, will be held for the final time Nov. 1.
“It will be the five-year mark for a public event, then it will be just a family thing,” said Van Diest’s mom, Marie.
“Public interest has been waning and we don’t want to put ourselves through that.”
The walk will start at 5:30 p.m. at the Glad Tidings Church, head down Pleasant Valley Road to the Taylor Van Diest Memorial Trail, go up the trail to Rosedale Avenue, then back to Pleasant Valley Road and returning to the church.
The event is open to the public and participants are asked to bring candles or some sort of illumination during the walk.
The event will be held rain or shine.
15 years ago, Jesokah Adkens was reported missing
She was last seen at approx. 9:30pm on September 26, 2001 as she was going to take a bus back to the village of Sooke, BC. She has not been seen or heard from since.
Jesokah Adkens
Date of Birth - May 01, 1984
Missing Since - Sep 26, 2001

Missing From Sooke, British Columbia
Eye Colour Blue - Hair Colour Blond
MCSC Case #01-175 - Law Enforcement Case #2001-4195
Law Enforcement Contact - Sooke RCMP- 250-642-5241
Identifying Features 5'5" tall, 110 lbs. - Fair Complexion - Scar on her chin under bottom lip
She was last seen wearing a black bomber style pull over jacket, blue jeans, black runners, and a Doors’ T-Shirt

Charles Horvath still missing after 26 years

 
SO THANKFUL WHEN LOST ARE FOUND
Sidney-North Saanich RCMP worried about well-being of missing man - Joseph Pierce
KATIE DEROSA / TIMES COLONIST - OCTOBER 18, 2016 09:16 AM
File # 2016-5540

Joseph Pierce, 31, is five feet 10 inches tall. He has brown hair, a beard and moustache. He was last seen wearing a lumberjack shirt, work pants, boots, and carrying a duffle bag and back pack. Photograph By RCMP
Police are looking for a man who hasn’t been seen since he disembarked from a ferry last week.
Joseph Pierce, 31, has no fixed address and was last seen getting off the B.C. Ferry at Swartz Bay in North Saanich on Thursday.
Pierce is five feet10 inches tall with brown hair, a beard and moustache. He was last seen wearing a lumberjack shirt, work pants, boots, and carrying a duffle bag and back pack.
Police are worried for Pierce’s well-being. Anyone who knows his whereabouts should call Sidney-North Saanich RCMP at (250) 656-3931 or CrimeStoppers at 1-800-22-TIPS (8477).
Police Looking for Missing Man - Kevin Blair Phillips
October 17, 2016

Vancouver Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a man, who was last seen in mid-September at his residence in the 1100 block Hornby Street.
Forty-nine-year-old Kevin Blair Phillips is white, 6 feet tall, 180 lbs., with grey and black hair, and brown eyes.
Although Kevin generally keeps to himself, it is out of character for him to be away from home for an extended period of time and not to be in contact with his family in Eastern Canada.
Anyone who sees Kevin Phillips, or has information on his whereabouts, is asked to call 9-1-1.

For Three Part Series about Ashley see Ashley Simpson

Community stepping up for Finding Ashley Simpson
Missing woman's father says investigation shifts to homicide

Tracy Hughes - Salmon Arm Observer
May 18, 2016 at 4:00 PM— updated May 19, 2016 at 2:22 PM

Police renew search effort
Salmon Arm posted Oct 19, 2016 at 8:00 AM
The file remains open, but Ashley Simpson’s family is no closer to knowing what happened to the 32-year-old woman than when she went missing April 27.
John and Cindy Simpson have still heard nothing about the whereabouts of their daughter, who the RCMP believe may have been the victim of foul play. In May, the RCMP brought in members of the major crimes unit to work on the case.
In a message sent to John and Cindy, RCMP Sgt. Steven Rigby recently outlined their work on the case.
“The primary efforts over the past two weeks have been to complete another ground search in the high priority areas that we identified and analyzing some of the evidence and statements that have been collected to date,” said Rigby in an email to the family.
“Our investigators worked with members of the tactical team during the latest search and covered a substantial amount of area over a three-day period. Unfortunately, we still don’t have any results to provide you that will help you deal with your family’s loss.”
Police have released no public information about their findings.
In the initial weeks following Ashley’s disappearance, searches were conducted in the area of Yankee Flats and Silver Creek, especially focused on the Yankee Flats property where Simpson had been living in a travel trailer with her boyfriend, Derek Favell.
Brent Cox, who owns the property where Ashley had been living, told the Observer that Simpson and her boyfriend had a fight about money on April 27, and Simpson had texted Favell to say she was leaving.
Cox says Simpson had indicated she wanted to go back to Ontario to work with her father, but did not have the financial means to get there.
Simpson has not been seen or heard from since.
In the meantime and as a way to cope with the anxiety of not knowing Ashley’s whereabouts, the Simpson family has participated in a number of fundraisers and events highlighting the plight of missing or murdered women and issues surrounding domestic violence.
On Saturday, John walked in heels as part of the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event in St. Catharine’s, Ont., as well as the Sisters in Spirit and Take Back the Night events.
“It’s something I can do,” John told the Observer. “I can’t just do nothing. I won’t stop until Ashley is home.”
The police investigators reiterated to John and Cindy that any and all information related to Ashley’s case is important.
“From an investigation standpoint, tips from the public are most helpful, and potentially have fewer court problems if they result in evidence, when people with information contact the police directly,” said Rigby.
Anyone with information relevant to this investigation may contact the Enderby RCMP detachment  at 250-838-6818, or the North Okanagan-Shuswap Crimestoppers  at 1-800-222-8477.
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The father of Ashley Simpson, who has been missing since April 28, confirmed RCMP are now treating her disappearance as a possible homicide.
John Simpson told the Observer police informed family members of the change in the status of the investigation on Monday, May 16.
“Now that the police have gone down that route, it’s tough,” he says from his home in St. Catharines, Ont. “But we are not giving up. There still is a glimmer of hope, even if some of the threads have broken a bit.”
Simpson says members of the South East District Major Crimes Unit have been investigating at the property on Yankee Flats Road where Ashley was living in a camping trailer with her boyfriend.
The addition of the South East District Major Crimes Unit to the case and the property search were confirmed by the RCMP on Thursday.
“SED MCU investigators have completed a search of a property on Yankee Flats Rd in Salmon Arm, B.C. Ashley Marie Simpson remains classified as missing," said Cpl. Dan Moskaluk in a press release Thursday.
No arrests have been made and this investigation continues.
Moskaluk said Ashley’s typical communication with friends and family ceased without explanation and investigators suspect her disappearance may very well be the result of foul play.
"This investigation is currently very active and a dedicated team of investigators are working daily on this file," he said.
Simpson says the family is waiting to hear more from the investigators.
“The police aren’t really telling me much except that, with the shift to homicide, there are a lot more resources they can give to this. We’ve been told there is a 14-person team working on the case.”
Ashley was planning to return to Ontario to work with her father as a cook at a Huntsville longhouse this month, but there has been no word from her, and no sign of her on any video surveillance or any use of bank cards.
Simpson says this is highly unusual, calling his daughter the “selfie queen” and noting she was often posting on social media. She kept in regular contact with her parents and with a wide network of friends nearly every day.
Police in St. Catharines took statements and DNA sample swabs from Simpson and other family members on Tuesday. These could be used to create a DNA profile to assist police in pinpointing Ashley's whereabouts.
“But all we can do now is sit and wait for communication from the police. They are being very tight-lipped,” said Simpson.
Simpson recently returned from spending nine days in the area searching for his daughter. He says he was not allowed onto the 20-acre property where his daughter was living.
He did, however, participate in search efforts with Shuswap Search and Rescue, handed out flyers and talked to people on his own.
Simpson said they were also able to provide some evidence in texts and social media posts that may have altered the focus of the investigation.
“We know there was a warrant needed to search the property and that took some time, but we know now the major crimes unit has been on that property,” says Simpson.
The family has raised more than $2,000 for a reward for information.
“If anyone knows anything, we figured that a cash reward might help get someone to talk.”
One of Ashley’s cousins has started a GoFundMe account under the name ‘Help find Ashley Marie Simpson’ to help pay for the family’s travels and time off work. So far, it has raised more than $3,500.
Simpson said he and his family have been overwhelmed by the support shown by people in the Shuswap and North Okanagan.
“We want to thank the people who came out, the search and rescue people, everyone involved. People were really willing to help, to put up the posters, to donate, to show they cared. We really, really appreciate that,” he said.
He said the family is buoyed by the messages of support.
“It is gratifying to see how many people cared for Ashley, that she was so well-liked by a lot of people. It’s nice to know.”
Simpson says leaving Salmon Arm to return home was difficult but they felt they had done everything they could do at that point.
Simpson says the ordeal has shown him the depth of the problem with violence against women and the number of missing women in this country.
“I personally feel like I am going have to get involved personally in the cause of missing women and the violence that goes along with it. This has opened my eyes. We can be doing more as Canadians. It needs to be safe for women to go where they want and do what they want without violence following them.”
In the meantime, Simpson says his family is just trying to hold it together.
“I don’t know how people do this. I don’t know how they still go on. I still hope they find her, that she will just walk through the door,” he said well- aware his daughter might be the victim of foul play. “But if it goes the other way, at least we’ll know and we’ll be able to bring her home.”
If anyone has any information that could assist the RCMP in locating Ashley Simpson, they are encouraged to contact the RCMP investigators at 250-545-7171, or, if they wish to remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers at 250-222-8477.
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RCMP Southeast District Major Crimes Unit assisting in Ashley Marie Simpson missing person case
Vernon/North Okanagan BC
2016-05-19 11:40 PDT - File # 2016-8293
Investigators with the Southeast District Major Crimes Unit are assisting the Vernon RCMP in the investigation into the disappearance of Ashley Marie Simpson.
On April 30, 2016, the Vernon RCMP initiated a missing persons investigation, due to the unexplained disappearance of Ashley Marie Simpson, who was reportedly last seen on April 27th. Ashley has not yet been located or seen.
Ashley’s typical communication with friends and family has ceased without explanation and investigators suspect that Ashley’s disappearance may very well be the result of foul play. The RCMP Southeast District Major Crime Unit are now assisting the Vernon North Okanagan RCMP in this investigation. This investigation is currently very active and a dedicated team of investigators are working daily on this file.
“SED MCU investigators have completed a search of a property on Yankee Flats Rd in Salmon Arm BC. Ashley Marie Simpson remains classified as missing”, added Cpl Dan Moskaluk.
No arrests have been made and this investigation continues. If anyone has any information that could assist the RCMP in locating Ashley Simpson, they are encouraged to contact the investigators at 250-545-7171, or if they wish to remain anonymous by contacting Crime Stoppers at 250-222-8477.

Search on for Niagara woman missing in B.C.
Ashley Simpson reported missing April 27, family desperate for answers
NIAGARA — The family of Ashley Theresa Marie Simpson is desperate for answers after the 32-year-old Niagara native went missing in British Columbia on April 27.
Simpson, who grew up in St. Catharines, was working at the Buffalo Inn in Pink Mountain, B.C. She was staying with her boyfriend in Salmon Arm, who expressed concern for her safety after she had went missing a few days earlier. Her mother called RCMP and she was declared missing April 30.
“She was unhappy and wanted to come home,” Simpson’s aunt, Patty McGean said of the last conversation between Simpson and her mother, which took place April 27, prior to her going missing. “This is completely out of her character. She would be in touch with family, or posting music or a thought every day on Facebook. It’s not like her.”
Simpson had planned on returning home to her parents, who live in Niagara-on-the-Lake. She was planning to work a summer job back in Ontario and had told her sister she would be attending a baby shower on May 15.
“Obviously we’re concerned with what’s happened,” said McGean.
The family is concerned with the circumstances. They are unsure whether she was trying to hitchhike back to Ontario and got lost, is unable to communicate with family, or whether there may be foul play involved. They’re desperately seeking answers from anyone who may have seen or heard from her.
Simpson’s father and sister have made their way to B.C., to help participate in the search alongside the community and a cousin, Bobbielynn McGean, who lives out there and works with Ashley. They have also been posting fliers up throughout the trip, to try to ensure that they are visible in the event she is hitchhiking her way back home.
“We’re just asking anyone who has seen something or may have heard from her, to contact police,” said McGean.
Simpson is described by RCMP officials in B.C. as a Caucasian woman with brown eyes and brown hair, about 5’5” tall, weighing 119 pounds. She had a gypsy tattoo on her left arm, with a dragonfly and strawberries tattooed on her right arm.
RCMP media relations officer Jocelyn Noseworthy said in a media release “inquiries have been made at all locations where Ashley has been known to frequent and to date she has not been located.”
McGean said at this point, the investigation is at a standstill. Family are being joined by community members in Salmon Arm, searching the area for any sign of Simpson.
“The community is coming together and helping out any way they can. It’s been amazing and overwhelming the support,” said McGean.
Back at home, friends and family responded quickly to help ensure Simpson’s father could head to B.C. They are still struggling with the costs of the travel and accommodations while the family is trying to search out west, let alone the fact they all had to get up and leave suddenly from their regular routines. They’re appealing for any support from anyone that may be able to help ease the financial burden. Contributions can be made to the a GoFundMe campaign to support the family online at https://www.gofundme.com/22cfgfs4 or anyone wishing to provide monetary support directly can connect with McGean directly at pmcgean50@gmail.com.
“We’ve had some amazing support and generosity, but any little bit helps,” said McGean. “We just want to find Ashley.”
Anyone with information about Simpson’s disappearance, or who may have been in contact with her, is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).
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Missing person to locate-Ashley Marie Simpson
Vernon/North Okanagan BC.
2016-05-02 16:36 PDT - File # 2016-8293

On April 30th, 2016, Ashley Simpson was reported missing to the Vernon/North Okanagan RCMP.
Ashley is a 27 year caucasian woman. She is described as: •approximately 5' 5"/ 165 cm •119 lb/54 kg •brown eyes •brown hair
Ashley was last seen on April 27th, 2016.
Police are very concerned for Ashley's health and well-being and friends and family report that it is out of character for her to be out of contact for this long.
Inquiries have been made at all locations where Ashley has been known to frequent and to date she has not been located.
Anyone with information about Ashley Marie Simpson or her current whereabouts is asked to call the nearest RCMP detachment or CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

Public’s Assistance wanted to locate a Missing Man - Tyler William Erhardt
Friday October 14, 2016 - File 2016-29048

Chilliwack: RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating Tyler William Erhardt, 29, of Chilliwack. Tyler has not been in contact with his family for 5 months.
Tyler is described as:
• Caucasian male
• Height: 180 cm (5’11”)
• Weight: 75 kg (165 lbs)
• Hair: Black
• Eyes: Brown
RCMP investigators believe Tyler may have left the Chilliwack area and are asking the public to remain watchful for him.
“Police and family are concerned for Tyler’s wellbeing,” says Corporal Mike Rail spokesperson for the UFVRD.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Tyler William Erhardt is urged to contact your local police department or, should you wish to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).
46-year-old Prince George BC resident Steve William Knapton has not been seen since October,13th 2013.
Search on for missing dad - Steve William Knapton
Arthur Williams / Staff writer - November 25, 2013 01:00 AM

FAMILY FACEBOOK - HELP FIND STEVE WILLIAM KNAPTON
Family members of a missing father of four are appealing to the public for help to find him.
Steve William Knapton, 46, was last heard from on Oct. 12, his cousin Karalyn Heimbigner said.
On Oct. 12 Knapton called his oldest son and they planned to meet the next day at Pine Centre Mall, Heimbigner said, but Knapton never showed up, which is out of character for him.
He also stopped showing up for work at a local mill, failed to cash a paycheque and hasn't contacted his parents -who he normally phones weekly.
"He called his son... [and] that's the last he was heard from. It seems he's just disappeared," Heimbigner said. "His belongings were left behind. It's like he went for a walk [and didn't come back]."
On Oct. 29, Knapton's family -who don't live in Prince George -called police. After many checks to try and find him, Prince George RCMP have launched a missing person's case into Knapton's disappearance.
Knapton's parents live in Bella Coola and Heimbigner lived in Vancouver, which has hampered efforts by the family to search for him.
"I've just been trying to do what I can from here," Heimbigner said. "It makes it more difficult to search."
The family have created a Facebook paged titled Help Find Steve William Knapton (www.facebook.com/groups/401271993309552) and have printed missing person posters, which are available for free at the Prince George Staples location in Parkwood Place.
Knapton is Caucasian, five foot 10, weighs 220 pounds, has hazel eyes, reddish-brown hair, wears glasses, typically wears a goatee beard and has no tattoos.
Knapton is a former truck driver, but currently doesn't have a vehicle or a cell phone, Heimbigner said.
He is known to have some health problems and typically kept to himself, according to police.
Anyone with information about Knapton's whereabouts is asked to call Prince George RCMP at 250-561-3300, or anonymous tips can be made by calling Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS(8477).
Tips can also be made online at www.pgcrimestoppers.bc.ca or by sending a text message to CRIMES(274637) using the keyword "pgtips."

Homicide Investigation Continues for Hee Sook YOUN
PLEASE NOTE THIS INFORMATION IS RELATED TO Kyonghee KIM
SEE BELOW THIS ARTICLE

IHIT File: 2016-1747 - Burnaby File: 2016-44978

Burnaby: The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team continues to ask for the public’s assistance in helping to locate 59 year old Youngku YOUN. Mr. YOUN is a suspect in the October 5th murder of his ex-wife, Hee Sook YOUN.
Police are also asking for the public’s assistance to locate 54 year old Kyonghee KIM who is believed to be the girlfriend of Mr. YOUN and may currently be in his company. Ms. KIM has not been in contact with anyone since October 5th and her family and police are concerned for her well-being.
In order to provide the public with as much information as possible, police are providing a timeline of the offence and details post offence:
October 5th
At approximately 11:00am, Hee Sook YOUN was found deceased in her place of business in the 4500 block of North Road, Burnaby.
Just before 11:00 am, Kyonghee KIM, was contacted by Mr. YOUN and her vehicle was spotted travelling over the Golden Ears Bridge just before 12:00pm.
At approximately 12:30pm the Ridge Meadows RCMP received information about a male in their jurisdiction who was suicidal. This male was identified by the caller as Youngku YOUN. At this stage, Mr. YOUN was a person of interest in the murder of his ex-wife. Ridge Meadows RCMP conducted a search in their area and located Mr. YOUN’s PT Cruiser on the corner of Harris Road and Fraser Way.
In attempting to track down Mr. YOUN, police located Ms. KIM's vehicle in Golden Ears Park on Oct 8th, 2016. Investigation has since determined that the vehicle had been in the area of Golden Ears Park since the evening of Oct 5th.
An extensive foot, vehicle and ATV search of the Golden Ears Park was completed by IHIT, Surrey, Ridge Meadows and UFVRD RCMP, ERT/Tactical Troop and the Police Dog Service. Despite an exhaustive search, Mr. YOUN and Ms. KIM were not located. Ms. KIM’s car has been seized.
There is much speculation occurring within the various LMD communities about the whereabouts of Mr. YOUN and some have speculated that he has taken his own life. While there is no evidence to suggest this has occurred, we are concerned for his safety and are making all attempts to locate him.
Police continue to concentrate our efforts on locating both of these individuals. We believe that Ms. KIM is in the company of Mr. YOUN and she could be in danger.
We are asking for the public’s help in locating these individuals. If you have information on the whereabouts of Youngku YOUN and Kyonghee KIM call 911 immediately.
**of note – This investigation is not related to the recent homicide of Kevin William KNUFF, located deceased on October 9th in a ravine on the West side of North Road in Burnaby.**

Previous Release:
On October 5, 2016, just after 11:00 am, the Burnaby RCMP and BCAS were called to attend a business in the 4500 block of North Road for a female in medical distress.
Upon attendance by first responders, a female, later identified as 59 year old Hee Sook YOUN was located in the washroom of the business. Although the investigation is in the early stages and an autopsy will be required to confirm the cause of death, evidence suggests that she was the victim of a targeted homicide.
The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team has conduct and are currently working with the Burnaby RCMP to gather evidence and locate the suspect as quickly and efficiently as possible.
The suspect is believed to be the Hee Sook’s ex-husband and has been identified as 60 year old Maple Ridge resident, Youngku YOUN.
Youngku YOUN is described as 5’7” tall, 143 lbs, brown eyes and black hair (photo attached)
Mr. YOUN’s whereabouts are unknown at this time and IHIT is asking anyone who knows of his whereabouts to call 911 immediately.

Surrey RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a missing female - Kyonghee KIM
Surrey BC
File: 2016-145420 - Date: 2016-10-09

Daughter of missing Surrey, B.C., woman pleads for mother's return
"We are really worried about her as she has been missing for almost two weeks now, and we believe she might be in danger. She has never gone missing before, and it is out of character for her to be gone for this long," wrote Kim's daughter in a statement on Tuesday.
The family of Kyonghee Kim says it is unlike her to be out of contact with them. (Surrey RCMP)
"My mom has never failed to express her love and care as she would not only remind us daily how much she loves us but her actions always spoke louder than words.
"Therefore, her absence feels bigger than ever as our family waits for her return. Her safe return would mean a lot to me and my family. We sincerely ask anyone who may know anything about where my mom may be to please come forward.
"Mom, if you are reading this, I'm worried about you and I want to know that you are OK. Please call me."
Kyonghee KIM was last contacted on October 4, 2016 at home and her vehicle, a Grey 2012 Hyundai Sonata with BC licence plates 334PXH was last seen travelling northbound over the Golden Ears Bridge.
On October 7, 2016, KIM and her vehicle were reported missing by her family.
On October 8, 2016, KIM's unoccupied vehicle was located in Golden Ears Provincial Park, Maple Ridge, BC.
KIM is described as a 54 year old Korean female, 5’3”, 115 lbs., with black hair and brown eyes. (Please see attached photo). Unknown clothing description.
Police and family are concerned for her health and well-being as it is out of character for her to be out of touch this long.
Anyone with information about the whereabouts of this person is asked to contact the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502, or Crime Stoppers, if they wish to remain anonymous, at 1-800-222-8477 or www.solvecrime.ca, quoting file number 2016-143006.
SADLY WE HEARD OF THE DEATH OF SHOU PENG CHEN
Our Sincere Prayers are with His Family
The search for 92-year-old Shou Peng Chen, who went missing October 4th, has come to a tragic end after the discovery of his body earlier this morning.
His death is not suspicious.

Police Looking for Missing Elderly Man

October 5, 2016

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Update: New Information on Missing Man – Search Continues 
October 8, 2016
The VPD are still searching for 92-year-old Shou Peng Chen and want residents to check their properties.
Mr. Chen left his home near Kingsway Avenue and Earles Street around noon on Tuesday, October 4th, and did not return. Public appeals to help find him and searches around his home have failed to turn up any sign of the missing man.
With the passing of another day and the poor weather conditions, concern for his well-being continues to grow.
The investigation has led police to believe Mr. Chen was last in the area of West 64th Avenue and Granville Street on the evening of October 4th at about 6:00. It is not known if he has continued to travel around the city or if he has possibly taken shelter from the elements.
Police are asking that all residents in Vancouver and surrounding municipalities, particularly those living in the South Vancouver area, to search the outside of their property including vehicles, sheds, and other buildings.
Mr. Chen is Asian, 5’5″ tall, weighs 110 lbs., has short, grey hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a dark brown jacket, blue jeans, black runners, and carrying a black wooden cane. Mr. Chen only speaks Cantonese and is known to frequent Chinatown and Richmond.
Anyone who sees Shou Chen should call 9-1-1 immediately, ask for police and ambulance, and stay with him until officers arrive.
Vancouver Police are asking for the public’s help to find a missing elderly man.
Ninety-eight-year-old Anant Basra left his home near East 29th Avenue and Joyce Street at noon today and has yet to return from his walk. Anant may be confused, and has had previous incidents of becoming lost.
Mr. Basra is South Asian, 5’7″ tall, has a slim build with minimal grey hair, and walks with a slight hunch. He was last seen wearing a black toque, a dark blue and grey jacket, a dark blue and grey sweater, navy blue sweatpants, and black rubber shoes with orange trim. He uses his blue and yellow umbrella as a cane and speaks limited English.
A search of the area around his home, checks of local hospitals, cab companies, transit, and other police agencies, have failed to turn up any sign of the missing man.
Anyone who sees Anant Basra is asked to call 9-1-1 immediately, ask for police and ambulance, and stay with him until officers arrive.
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RCMP are seeking the Public’s assistance to Locate a Missing Hiker - Gurdeep ‘Gordon’ Sagoo
Chilliwack BC
Mon Oct 03 09:19:00 PDT 2016 - File # 2016-35314

RCMP is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing man, Gurdeep ‘Gordon’ Sagoo, 50, of Delta. Gordon was last seen on August 14, 2016 by members of his hiking group on a trail on Baby Munday Peak and was reported to police as overdue later that afternoon when he did not arrive at an arranged rendezvous site.
RCMP immediately initiated a comprehensive search (see news release of 2016-08-22) of the Baby Munday Peak region from both the ground and air for the missing hiker which -over the following week- deployed Search and Rescue (SAR) teams and resources from across the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley. After exhausting all initial efforts to locate Gordon the RCMP scaled back the search by standing down the SAR operation.
Gordon is described as a south Asian male, 180 cm (5’11) in height, athletic build, and when last seen was wearing a black shirt, black shorts, and a ball cap carrying a gray coloured back pack.
RCMP are reaching out to back country enthusiasts, hiking the trails in the Baby Munday Peak region, to remain alert for indicators that might provide clues to assist police with their search for Gordon.
“RCMP are reminding hikers in the Baby Munday Peak region to remain watchful for Gordon,” says Cpl. Mike Rail, spokesperson for the UFVRD.
RCMP urge anyone who may have information on the whereabouts of Gurdeep ‘Gordon’ Sagoo to contact the Chilliwack RCMP at 604-792-4611.
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Gordon Sagoo’s relatives are pleading for help to find the missing hiker.

Sagoo disappeared last Sunday, while hiking Chilliwack’s Baby Munday Peak.
He was travelling with two friends but decided to visit another peak while they hiked to a nearby lake. Sagoo never arrived at their meeting spot.
“This has been one of the most agonizing and challenging times our family has gone through. Nothing has been harder than returning home each day without him,” said Sagoo’s niece Manpreet Gill.
Sagoo’s family and search and rescue crews have returned to the mountain daily, looking for signs of the missing man.
North Shore Search and Rescue also brought in a thermal imaging camera to track Sagoo, with no luck.
“The search teams have brought in drones and dogs, without a trace. But we know that’s for a reason, we know he’s still out there. He is strong, determined, resilient – there isn’t a powerful enough word to describe my uncle,” said Gill.
Friends say 50-yea- old Sagoo is physically and mentally strong. He took up long distance running in his mid-forties and completed several marathons.
“Gordon was a gentleman who was obese prior to taking up running and really transformed his life. It became his passion. It became his mission in life to support others and help them achieve their fitness goals,” said Mike Casagrande, who participated in a running group with Sagoo.
The family is hoping search crews have the resources and manpower to continue their efforts. They set-up a fundraising page for anyone wishing to help.

Cypress Mountain Missing Hiker Search - Update
2016 October 02 - FILE #16-11528

Search operations to locate a hiker missing on Cypress Mountain since September 29, 2016 have been suspended.
65-year-old Debbie Blair was last seen hiking with friends on Cypress Mountain Thursday.  Ms Blair unexpectedly became separated from her group and a search was undertaken.
Debbie Blair was last seen near Donut Rock trail junction.  She is Caucasian, 160cm (5'4") tall and weighs approximately 59kg(130lbs). Ms Blair has short, brown-grey hair. She was last believed to have been wearing blue and white runners, white cotton pants and a blue baseball hat, with only a light t-shirt.  
Extensive ground and air search operations have been undertaken since Thursday, including deployment of 50 volunteer search and rescue personnel, and helicopters equipped with Forward-Looking-Infrared(FLIR) scanners.
North Shore Rescue advises it's members have exhaustively searched all areas that crews can safely access without finding any confirmed sign of Debbie Blair. The area involved includes very unforgiving terrain. 
The search operation was suspended late Saturday. West Vancouver Police, North Shore Rescue and Emergency Measures BC met via conference call into the evening.
West Vancouver Police and North Shore Rescue have now determined the search will remain suspended subject to receipt of any new information regarding Ms. Blair's whereabouts.  Immediate family of Debbie Blair were informed of the search status overnight. Some family members are travelling to the Lower Mainland and will meet with investigators and North Shore Rescue staff today.
The missing person investigation by West Vancouver Police remains open and active. West Vancouver Police are requesting anyone who believes they saw Debbie Blair at any time since September 29, 2016 to call 604-925-7300.

WITH GREAT SADNESS WE HEARD THAT THE BODY OF NATSUMI WAS FOUND
OUR SINCERE PRAYERS ARE WITH HER FAMILY, DURING THIS TREMENDOUSLY DIFFICULT TIME

Body found at Vancouver’s Gabriola Mansion that of missing Japanese student Natsumi Kogawa
The body found at a historic mansion in Vancouver Wednesday evening has been identified as that of a missing Japanese student.
Thirty-year-old Natsumi Kogawa was reported missing on Sept. 12. by a close friend.
On Tuesday, Burnaby RCMP said they were looking for a person of interest in Kogawa’s disappearance, who was last seen walking with her in a surveillance video shot on Sept. 8 at Seymour and Hastings Street in Vancouver.
On Thursday, there was significant police presence at the Gabriola Mansion, located at Davie Street and Nicola Street in Vancouver, after officers discovered a body there Wednesday night.
On Thursday, it was announced a 48-year-old man was arrested in Vernon on Wednesday, within hours of finding Kogawa’s body, and taken into custody.
William Victor Schneider has now been charged with indignity to a human body. He remains in custody.
Acting Sgt. Brian Montague with Vancouver Police says the suspect who was arrested is the same man seen with Kogawa in the surveillance video. Montague would not say if there was any sort of relationship between Kogawa and Schneider because of a publication ban and the ongoing investigation.
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Delta Police Seek Public Assistance in Locating Missing Person
Release Date/Time:September 28, 2016 8:28am
Location:11000 Blk of River Road
DPD File:16-20299

On September 26, 2016, Delta Police responded to a report of a missing person.
Mr. Frederick CHESTER (68 yrs. old) was last seen earlier in the day (approximately 2:00 p.m.) in the  11000 blk  River Road at a bus stop which is located near the Delta Lodge where he resides.
He has gone missing on previous occasions and the Delta Police have reached out to the public as recently as August 12, 2016 at which time he was located. We are again asking for the public’s assistance in our effort to locate Mr. CHESTER.
Medical Issues/Concerns:
Mr. CHESTER does suffer from depression and dementia
Description of Mr. Fred CHESTER:
He is described as Caucasian, 6 ft., 225 lbs. (heavier build); clean shaven with short (buzzed) blonde hair and blue eyes. He does wear prescription glasses
Mr. CHESTER was last seen wearing light blue collared shirt with a maroon t-shirt underneath, faded blue jeans and a white baseball cap.
He is known to frequent local establishments in the Ladner area but also attempts to travel to Mission to visit family.
If anyone knows his whereabouts or locates Mr. CHESTER, please call the Delta Police at 604 946 4411 or 911
Have You Seen Missing Man - Jason Knight
Monday, August 29, 2016
File #: 16-38018

Victoria, BC –Investigators are asking for your help in locating missing man Jason Knight, after several days of searching.
Jason is described as a 40-year-old Caucasian man with a light to medium build, standing five feet, six inches tall. Jason has very short brown hair and green eyes and often wears a goatee.  A recent photograph of Jason is below.
In addition to being reported missing, Jason Knight is also the subject of an outstanding warrant. He faces two charges, one for fraud under $5000 and one for possession of stolen property under $5000 stemming from a December 2015 incident. While there is an outstanding warrant for Jason, our investigation indicates reason to be concerned for his safety.
If you see Jason Knight, please call 911. If you have information on where he may be, please call (250) 995-7654. To report what you know anonymously, please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477(TIPS).
With Great Sadness, Our Prayers are with Deanna's Family
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Body of Deanna Desjarlais, 27, found in Surrey, B.C.
RCMP are investigating death, but family of Cree woman say her missing person case was mishandled
The body of Deanna Desjarlais, a young Cree woman who went missing nearly five months ago, was found this week in a wooded area in Surrey, B.C.
Desjarlais, 27, was originally from Saskatoon. She had travelled to Vernon, B.C., in late April, and that's the last time her family heard from her.
Family friend Dana Morenstein says Desjarlais's relatives are absolutely devastated.
"It's such a tragic ending, but I guess it's good to have closure for the family," said Morenstein, who is currently a spokesperson for the grief-stricken family.
The Desjarlais family is now working to get her body home for a funeral, on top of struggling to find answers to how she may have died.

Missing Person - Willem Rennie
Comox Valley BC
2016-04-25 13:21 PDT - File # 2016-4449
Willem Rennie Missing Investigation Continues
Family, friends gather for six month anniversary of missing Comox Valley man
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Comox Valley BC
Tue Oct 18 11:05:00 PDT 2016 - File # 2016-4449
The Comox Valley RCMP investigation into the disappearance of Willem Rennie, is continuing after six months. Rennie was reported as a missing person to the Comox RCMP in April of this year. The family of Willem Rennie is pleading for help from the public in helping the police locate Willem. His family would like the public to know that, Willem was a father, he loved his son more than words can describe. He was the light of his life. Please, if you have any information, speak up. Help us find our father, our son, our brother and our friend.
Rennie was last seen on April 19th in the Courtenay area, his 1999 blue two-toned Chev pickup truck was later located at the Courtenay Exhibition Grounds on Headquarters Road. Investigators have been able to create a time line prior to Rennie's vehicle being located but echo the family's wishes that people need to come forward to help bring resolution to what has happened to Willem.
Willem is twenty five years old and is described as being 168 cms (5’6) tall 59 Kg (130 lbs) with blond hair, blue eyes and a medium build.
This is an active missing person investigation, stated Cst Rob Gardner, Media Relations Officer for the Comox Valley RCMP. We are following up on any and all leads. We are encouraging anyone, with any information, to contact the Comox Valley RCMP. No matter how small or irrelevant you may think the information is, we are asking those with information to contact us.
If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Willem RENNIE, please contact the Comox Valley RCMP at 250-338-1321, or, if you’d like to remain anonymous, contact Comox Valley Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477)



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The Comox Valley RCMP are requesting the public's assistance in locating a missing male.
24 year old Willem RENNIE was last seen on April 19th, 2016, in the Courtenay area.
His vehicle was located on April 22nd at the Courtenay Exhibition Grounds on Headquarters Road and Comox Valley Ground Search efforts in the area were negative.
RENNIE is described as 5'6" (168 cms), 130 lbs (59 kgs) with blond hair, blue eyes and a medium build.
Family and friends of RENNIE are very concerned as this is out of the ordinary for RENNIE and would appreciate the public's assistance in locating their loved one.
The Comox Valley RCMP are continuing their investigation into locating this missing person.
If you have any information on the whereabouts of Willem RENNIE, please contact the Comox Valley RCMP at 338-1321, or if you wish to remain anonymous, call Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.

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No Foul Play Suspected in Sudden Death case of Darlene Stott
Ridge Meadows, B.C.
Fri Sep 09 09:53:00 PDT 2016 - File # 2016-21292
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Maple Ridge, B.C. – Ridge Meadows RCMP and the BC Coroner’s Service are investigating the sudden death of a woman whose body was found yesterday afternoon.
Police received a report of a female being located in a wooded area off of 116 Avenue, between 238a and 239 Street around 5:15 p.m. Thursday afternoon. Investigators secured the scene and the Coroner’s service was contacted and attended to start the preliminary investigation.
“There is no sign of foul play being involved,” said Corporal Brenda Winpenny. “An autopsy has been ordered and is expected to take place today which will give police and the coroner a probable cause of death. I can confirm that the body has been identified as the missing 56 year old woman Ridge Meadows RCMP were looking for yesterday.”
The investigation is continuing in conjunction with the BC Coroner.

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The Williams Lake RCMP is seeking the publics’ assistance in locating a missing couple, Mihai Vornicu and his wife Marie Olarte.
Williams Lake BC
2016-09-01 16:16 PDT - File # 2016-6788
Third person added to report of missing people: RCMP
Robert Dragoescu


RCMP makes link between a third missing individual Robert Dragoescu and recently reported missing couple
Williams Lake BC
2016-09-06 14:58 PDT - File # 2016-6788
The Williams Lake RCMP is seeking public assistance regarding a missing man, Robert Drqagoescu. Investigators believe that Dragoescu may also be connected to missings, Mihai Vornicu and his wife Marie Olarte.
On September 1, 2016, a concerned family member of Robert Dragoescu, contacted the Williams Lake RCMP, reporting that they had not heard from their brother, Robert, since July 25, 2016. The family felt that this was extremely uncharacteristic of Robert, with whom they had contact with on a weekly basis.
Robert Dragoescu is believed to be a friend/associate of Mihai Vornicu and Marie Olarte. The investigation to date also suggests that Robert, Mihai and Marie were together in the Lower Mainland just prior to July 25.
Robert Dragoescu’s desctription
•Male East European
•brown hair
•brown eyes
•5'10" tall
•175 lbs
Missing persons News Release: Mihai Vornicu and Marie Olarte.
The Williams Lake RCMP is asking that anyone with information about Robert DRAGOESCU’s whereabouts, to contact the Williams Lake RCMP at 250-392-8702, or for those wishing to remain anonymous call Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477.



On August 8, 2016, Mihai Vornicu, a 44 years old man and his wife Marie Olarte 58 years old, were reported missing to the Williams Lake RCMP. The initial investigation determined that Vornicu’s 2005 Volvo C50 station wagon bearing BC Plate CH096V was found parked on Mackenzie Avenue North in Williams Lake on July 26, 2016. The vehicle was towed and there had been no attempts to retrieve the vehicle from the impound lot, since that date.
The investigation to date has determined that the couple were in the Mission/Maple Ridge area in the weeks before they disappeared, and that they have property in the Williams Lake area as well as links to Vancouver Island.
Marie Olarte does have current health conditions that may require medical monitoring, which gives rise to further concerns for her wellbeing since their disappearance.
Mihai VORNICU description


•Caucasian male
•Height 5'7" 170cm
•Weight 230bs 104kgs
•Eyes green
•Hair brown
Marie OLARTE description


•female
•Height 4' 0" 140cm
•Weight 99 lbs 45kgs
•Eye brown
•Hair black
Vehicle 2005 Volvo C50 station wagon grey BC licence plate CH096V
front photo of grey Volvo station wagonrear photo of grey Volvo station wagon.


RCMP investigators are seeking information on their current whereabouts, as well as any information regarding their travel itinerary and timeline of activity prior to and on the date that the vehicle was found parked in Williams Lake.
“We are asking that any member of the public who may have seen the couple or their vehicle between July 22, 2016 and the present to contact the General Investigation Section for the Williams Lake RCMP at 250-392-8702, or for those wishing to remain anonymous call Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477” stated Cpl Dan Moskaluk

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MISSING PERSON: SHANNON LOTH, AGE 36 • COLD LAKE, ALBERTA
Possibly Driving to Vancouver BC
ALERT Police Provincial
September 1, 2016

The Cold Lake RCMP division is asking for the public’s assistance in locating missing 36 year old Shannon Loth out of the Cold Lake, Alberta area.
Shannon Loth was last seen on Monday, August 22nd at 11:00PM on the Cold Lake First Nations.
It is believed that she is driving a black 2013 Ford Escape with the license plate BFV 4438 and could be on route to Vancouver, BC.
SHANNON LOTH IS DESCRIBED AS:
Female
Aboriginal
“S” tattoo on right ankle
5 feet 3 inches, and
170 pounds
Shannon was last seen wearing black spandex capris with a white stripe down, a grey Native Pride sweater and blue sandals.
If you have any information in regards to Shannon Loth’s whereabouts, you are asked to contact the Cold Lake RMCP at 780.594.3302.
If you wish to remain anonymous with your information, you may call Crime Stoppers at 1.800.222.8477 or submit the tip online at www.tipsubmit.com.

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