Mirror man goes missing in Alix area

The Bashaw RCMP detachment is requesting public assistance in the search for a 66-year-old Mirror man missing since last Friday.

  • Jul. 31, 2013 10:00 a.m.

The Bashaw RCMP detachment is requesting public assistance in the search for a 66-year-old Mirror man missing since last Friday.

“William (Bill) Graham left the Alix dump at noon on Friday, July 26, and hasn’t been heard from since,” Bashaw RCMP Const. Charla Ethier said Monday afternoon in a news release.

“Bill is described as five-foot-six, medium build, with grey hair, and was last seen wearing a blue diamond print shirt, blue slacks and loafers.”

Police said Graham uses two walking canes and can’t travel fast on foot.

“Bill left the dump in his two-tone blue and grey 1991 Chevrolet extended cab pickup truck,” Const. Ethier said.

“The Alberta licence plate on the vehicle is YVF 602 and the tailgate is being held on by two bungee cords.”

Police say they’re concerned about Graham’s well-being and are searching for him on behalf of his family.

“Should you have any information in regards to his whereabouts, please contact your local police agency,” Const. Ethier said.

— Independent

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