Please help spread the word about missing David Mcsween out of Calgary, Alberta.
UPDATE: According to police, on October 5, 2017, a member of the public notified police after locating a body between Lac Des Arcs and Dead Man’s Flats. An autopsy has confirmed the deceased was David McSween. Our thoughts and prayers are with David’s family and friends is this devastating time. Thank you to everyone who helped share about his disappearance since January 23, 2017.
ORIGINAL ARTICLE: CALGARY — The Calgary RCMP is asking for the public’s assistance in locating missing 34 year old David Mcsween out of the Calgary, Alberta area.
David was last seen on January 23, 2017.
Police are aware that David was last seen leaving his home, wearing blue jeans, a grey under Armour hoodie, sneakers, and possibly wearing a hat.
Police have details that David was involved in an accident around Dead Man’s Flats just outside of Canmore, Alberta, on the night that he went missing.
David may have hit the back of a Semi truck, making his car – described as a White 2015 Nissan Sentra 4 door with a sun roof – undrivable.
The car was located by RCMP, but David has had no contact with family or friends since.
There are reports that David may have flagged someone down to pick him up or else he just walked away. RCMP have checked the surrounding area with no luck.
David is described as:
• Gender: Male.
• Eyes: Green.
• Height: 6 feet even.
Have any information? If you have any information in regards to David ’s whereabouts, you are being asked to contact the Calgary RCMP at 403-699-2401.
If you wish to remain anonymous with your helpful information, you are more than welcome to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477, or submit your tip online at tipsubmit.ca.
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