Vancouver – Vancouver Police are renewing appeals for tips about the 2019 disappearance of David Sullivan, and hope someone has information that can help solve the mysterious missing-person case.

“David Sullivan went missing two years ago this week, and despite our best efforts we are still no closer to solving this case,” says Sergeant Steve Addison, VPD. “It’s hard to believe someone can simply vanish without a trace, and we still hope someone out there has information that can help us find him.”

Mr. Sullivan was 61 years old when went missing the morning of June 27, 2019. He was last seen walking on Alexander Street near Gore Avenue, and hasn’t been seen or heard from since.

VPD’s Missing Persons Unit continues to investigate, but is puzzled by the sudden disappearance and lack of leads in the case.

“More than 99 per cent of missing-person cases reported to VPD are solved – and most very quickly – so it’s highly unusual for a case to go so long without being solved,” adds Sergeant Addison.

Mr. Sullivan was living with dementia and diabetes when he went missing, and he may have gotten confused or disoriented. However, he was well dressed when last seen, wearing a grey and white checkered shirt, dark pants, and carrying a large bag.

“We don’t know where Mr. Sullivan was going on the day he went missing, but we hope someone out there saw him or spoke to him and has information that can help us solve this case,” adds Sergeant Addison.

Mr. Sullivan is white, and stands between five foot ten and six feet tall. He had a heavy build and a shaved head at the time of his disappearance.

Anyone with information that might assist in locating Mr. Sullivan is asked to call the Vancouver Police Missing Persons Unit at 604-717-2533.