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Vancouver Police appeal for help to find missing 37-year-old woman

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DH Vancouver Staff Jan 24, 2018 3:47 pm 12,356

Vancouver Police are asking the public to help them find Su Yi Liang, a 37-year-old woman who has gone missing in suspicious circumstances.

In a release, police said Liang was reported missing on Wednesday, January 10, after she failed to pick up her children from school.

Officers found Liang’s grey electric 2014 BMW i3 at Cassiar and Charles Street near the Rupert Park Pitch & Putt on Thursday, January 11.

The same make and model car as that driven by missing woman Su Yi Liang (Vancouver Police Department)

The same make and model car as that driven by missing woman Su Yi Liang (Vancouver Police Department)

The VPD’s Major Crime Section is now investigating and say that they are hoping for the best, but the evidence doesn’t point in a positive direction.

“We have collected evidence that leads us to believe that we won’t find Ms. Liang alive,” said Const. Jason Doucette.

Based on their investigation so far, police have executed a search warrant at Liang’s East Vancouver home and taken a man into custody for questioning.

However, the man has since been released. Investigators do not believe the public is at risk.

Liang is described as Asian, 4’5″ tall, weighing 120 pounds, with black shoulder-length hair. She also wears glasses.

Su Yi Liang has been missing since January 10, 2018 (Vancouver Police Department)

Su Yi Liang has been missing since January 10, 2018 (Vancouver Police Department)

Investigators would like to speak with anyone who may have information about who may have been driving her vehicle before it was parked at Cassiar Street and Charles Street.

As well, they want to hear from anyone who may have had contact with Liang, or who has information about her activities leading up to Wednesday, January 10.

If you can help, call the VPD’s Major Crime Section at 604-717-2500 or, to remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or at solvecrime.ca.

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