The search for David Park continues for Hay River RCMP.
Park, 34, was last seen on the morning of April 3rd. He was then reported missing by his co-workers the next day.
David Park is described by police as Korean descent, 5’8”, roughly 150 lbs with a slight build, short black hair and brown eyes. They have added that he speaks Korean with limited English.
Media Relations for the NWT RCMP, Marie York-Condon, says the RCMP has extended its search reach for Park, reaching out to jurisdictions south of the border.
“The RCMP continues the investigation into missing person, Junghwan Park (a.k.a. David Park). We have not stopped looking or investigating since he was reported missing. We have extended the area of sharing the missing person information to our jurisdictions south of the Northwest Territories and encourage people to continue to share this information in our search for David.”
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The RCMP is also asking residents of Hay River to keep an eye out for any suspicious activity, even asking them to check sheds, vehicles, other buildings for anything that seems out of place.
If anyone has any information on David’s whereabouts or has any information regarding this missing person to please contact Hay River RCMP at 867-874-1111 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS, nwtnutips.com, (click on “submit a web tip”) or text: nwtnutips to 274637.