As of 8:50 AM, Chilliwack RCMP say they have located David McCullum deceased. Our 💕 go out to his family and friends at this difficult time.
This public alert is still active as of April 25.
39 year old David McCullum last contacted his family on the morning of Thursday, April 23 and he has not been heard from since. He was driving a dark grey Toyota Tacoma pickup truck with a canopy bearing British Columbia licence plate of PA558R and is one of those green park license plates with the bear.
Investigation has determined that his last known location was at approximately 9:30 AM, in the south end of Columbia Valley (Cultus Lake). Despite extensive aerial and ground searches of the area and its surrounding, police have not yet located David McCullum or his Tacoma pickup.
“Police, family and friends are very concerned for David’s wellbeing,” says Sgt. Krista Vrolyk spokesperson for the UFVRD. “While we continue to ask the public to be vigilant, our primary concern is to locate David and get him the help he needs.”
Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of David McCullum or his vehicle is urged to contact the Chilliwack RCMP at 604-792-4611 or call 9-1-1.
The BC RCMP has issued a PUBLIC ALERT following an unfolding incident in Chilliwack. The RCMP is currently looking for a grey Toyota Tacoma pickup truck with a canopy bearing British Columbia licence plate of PA558R.
The person associated to this vehicle is known to be in possession of firearms and his intention is unknown. The RCMP in Chilliwack released the following statement…
Police in Chilliwack are at the scene of an unfolding police incident at the south end of Columbia Valley. The RCMP are asking the public to avoid the area, exercise caution and call 9-1-1 immediately if they observe a grey Toyota Tacoma pickup truck with a canopy bearing British Columbia licence plate “PA558R”. The individual associated to this vehicle is known to be in possession of firearms and his intention is unknown at this time. Police are concerned for his well-being.
Do NOT approach the vehicle and call 911 immediately.