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Search continues for missing Coquitlam man

PORT MOODY (NEWS1130) – Two search teams are being organized to go out today in the hopes 64-year-old Shin Noh will be found.

The Coquitlam man has been missing since the middle of last month.

His son, Sam, admits his father has some mental health issues. “He has Alzheimer’s, however he is still fairly conscious and aware, so we believe he is able to seek food, water, and shelter.”

Volunteers have been asked to gather at St. John’s Street and Grant Street in Port Moody. “Right now it’s a process of elimination. We’ve scoured Burke Mountain, so it’s safe to say he’s not there, we’ve scoured Port Moody, we’ve scoured Coquitlam.”

Noh is five foot six, and was about 160 pounds, but has likely lost a bit of weight.

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What an !d!otic comment. Alzheimer’s typically develops later in life; anybody can get it – even you may have it one day. And if you had followed the story beyond just this little blurb that you’re trolling on, you would know that Mr. Noh does speak English but because of his illness he may forget and revert to his first language. Now can you try to find that little spark of humanity inside you?

October 05, 2013 at 4:07 pm

Re: JIMBO: Touche!

October 05, 2013 at 2:55 pm