A 79-year-old man went missing from a Saskatchewan health facility on Tuesday morning and the Calgary Police Service now believes that he may be somewhere in YYC.
Allan Crawford, 79, was last seen leaving the Saskatoon’s St Paul’s Hospital at 1702 20th Street West in his wheelchair at approximately 9:30 am on June 11.
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The Calgary Police Service shared the Saskatoon Police Service’s release at just after 1:20 pm today.
Crawford is described in the release as “6′ 1″ tall, approximately 190 pounds with short hair. He was last seen wearing a ball cap, dark brown jacket, sunglasses with a blue tint, black pants that have red tape at the bottom of them and black boots.”
It is also noted that he suffers from mental health issues and that he may be driving either a red 2019 Dodge Caravan with the Saskatchewan licence plate of 720 LJQ, or a brown 2002 Buick LeSabre with the Saskatchewan licence plate 084 KZL.
Anyone with information in Crawford’s whereabouts is asked to contact the Saskatoon Police Service at 306-975-8300.