Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Prince Rupert RCMP continue search for missing Terrace man; look to adjust timeline further

Prince Rupert RCMP continues to
search for David Sung Duk Kim,
the Terrace resident was reported
missing over the weekend
With some assistance from the public over the last few days, members from the Prince Rupert detachment of the RCMP have been able to adjust the timeline in the Saturday disappearance of  45 year old Terrace resident David Sung Duk Kim.

Mr. Kim had spent the day skiing at Shames Mountain and around 3 PM on Saturday travelled along Highway 16, westbound towards Prince Rupert. He was reported as missing later in the day, launching a search involving a number of different organizations and RCMP resources.

This week a witness came forward to provide further information related a sighting of the blue 2007 Toyota Yaris that belongs to Mr. Kim, noting that it had been  spotted at 6PM at the Khyex River viewpoint with no one in the vicinity of the vehicle.

The focus of the search for a missing Terrace man is the area 
around the Khyex River Bridge viewpoint on Highway 16

(google Maps - click to enlarge)

The RCMP note that every bit of information is important and as they continue on with their work along highway 16 near the Khyex River Bridge, the Mounties continue to ask for help from anyone who may have been travelling along the highway on Saturday evening, Sunday or the days following and my have something to add to the file.

You can review the details of the original missing person's report from the weekend here.

Should you have further information to assist authorities in their search you can contact the Prince Rupert RCMP at 250-627-0700 or through CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.

For more items related to the work of Emergency Responders in the Northwest, see our archive page here.

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