Elk Valley RCMP searching for missing man

Gregory McGlashan was last seen at the Fas Gas on Van Horne St. in Cranbrook on April 4th.

  • Apr. 13, 2016 12:00 p.m.

Elk Valley RCMP are requesting the public's help in locating Greg McGlashan

The Elk Valley RCMP is asking for public assistance to locate missing person Gregory McGlashan of Elkford BC.

Gregory (Greg) McGlashan, 64 years old was reported missing to the Elk Valley RCMP on Monday April 11 2016, at around 8:00 pm.

The RCMP were advised that Greg McGlashan last left his residence in Elkford, BC, on April 3rd, 2016 and has not been seen since.

Greg’s last known whereabouts was in Cranbrook, BC where he purchased gas at the

Van Horne Fas Gas in Cranbrook, BC on April 4th, 2016. Greg’s direction of travel is unknown, family and police are concerned for his wellbeing. Greg McGlashan has not been in contact with anyone since April 3rd.

Description of Gregory McGlashan

Caucasian male 6’1 (185cm)230 lbs (104kgs)brown hairmoustachehazel eyes

Greg is driving a red 1990 GMC Suburban bearing BC license plateBC323B. The vehicle is quite noticeable and stands out given the year and condition, the colour is a vibrant red.

Police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating Greg. Should you see Greg or his vehicle immediately call 911 or for anyone with information with regards to Greg’s whereabouts, please contact your local police or RCMP detachment, or contact the Elk Valley Regional RCMP Detachment at 250-425-6233.

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