RCMP continue to search for missing David Cox one year later
A year after David Cox was reported missing the police and his family is still looking for him.
On April 30, 2011, David Cox was reported missing by his parents who reside on Vancouver Island.
Since that time, the Cranbrook RCMP has been investigating all avenues to find Cox.
Cox had been living in the Cranbrook area for several months leading up to his disappearance and was living a high risk lifestyle. Cox is known to have ties in Alberta, the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island area.
At this one year anniversary of his disappearance, the RCMP, together with David’s family are asking anyone with information regarding their son David Cox, to come forward.
The parents of Cox have been waiting over a year for any news of his whereabouts and it has been a hard year for them. The RCMP believes someone in the Cranbrook area has information on David’s disappearance which would assist their investigation.
The Cranbrook RCMP asks that anyone with information, no matter how minor or insignificant, to please contact them and speak to an investigator.
David Cox is described as 6 feet tall, weighs about 170 pounds, has brown hair and brown eyes with several visible tattoos on his arms.
If you have any knowledge about this investigation you can call the Cranbrook RCMP at 250-489-3471 or East Kootenay Crime Stoppers (1-800-222-TIPS)