The Vancouver Police Department has re-issuing a public plea for help in finding a 62-year-old Vancouver man who went missing from his assisted-living home one year ago.
David Sullivan, who has dementia and Type 2 diabetes, was last seen June 27, 2019.
“His disappearance was highly unusual and despite extensive efforts, police have found no sign of him,” said VPD spokesperson Sgt. Aaron Roed. “We are appealing for the assistance of anyone who may have information on his disappearance. Understandably, his family and friends are desperate for answers.”
In a security camera image captured two days after he was last seen, Sullivan was wearing a red-and-white checkered short-sleeve shirt, brown pants and carrying a blue gym bag.
He is described as a white man, bald, and around 5-feet-11 with a heavy build.
Anyone with information about Sullivan’s whereabouts can call the Vancouver police missing persons unit at-604 717-2533.