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Coquitlam RCMP says it's trying everything to find Shin Noh

COQUITLAM (NEWS1130) – Coquitlam RCMP is standing by its response to finding a missing man who suffers from Dementia.

Officer in Charge Supt. Claude Wilcott says he has personally reviewed the file of Shin Noh and says since he was reported missing on September 18th, every investigative step has been taken in trying to find him.

Wilcott says officers have distributed photos of Noh, utilized social media and police databases in getting a description out to the public, maintained close contact with Noh’s family, gone door-to-door, assisted Coquitlam Search and Rescue with a grid search, participated in search parties, and followed up on over 110 tips.

He says his team will continue to work to find Noh.

Wilcott goes on to say the public response to this case is unlike anything he’s seen in his 40 years of policing.

There have been a number of possible sightings of the 64-year-old, but he has yet to be brought home.

He is described as five-foot-six and was about 160 pounds, but has likely lost a bit of weight.