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Vancouver Police Renew Appeal For Info In Case of Missing Man

Darpan News Desk Vancouver Police, 29 Jun, 2020
  • Vancouver Police Renew Appeal For Info In Case of Missing Man

Vancouver Police are reissuing a plea to the public for information on the whereabouts of David Sullivan who went missing one year ago. “This is the one-year anniversary of his disappearance from his assisted living home in Vancouver. His disappearance was highly unusual and despite extensive efforts, police have found no sign of him,” says Sergeant Aaron Roed, VPD. “We are appealing for the assistance of anyone who may have information on his disappearance.

Understandably, his family and friends are desperate for answers.” Mr. Sullivan is 62 years old and has dementia. He is Caucasian and between 5’10” and six feet tall. He has a heavy build and is bald. He was last seen wearing a grey and white check shirt, brown pants and possibly sandals. Mr. Sullivan was carrying a blue duffle bag and suffers from dementia and Type 2 diabetes.

Anyone with information that might assist in locating Mr. Sullivan is asked to call the Vancouver Police Missing Persons Unit at 604 717-2533.

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