UPDATE: Police ask witnesses captured in video to come forward

Search continues for North Delta’s Jarnail Sanghera

Delta police are asking witnesses captured in a video to come forward as the search continues for North Delta’s Jarnail Sanghera.

The 88-year-old, who suffers from dementia, has been missing since last Friday, May 15.

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According to police, three people apparently crossed paths with him on the morning of May 15 and may not be aware of it.

Police have reviewed an extensive amount of video, and have determined that these three individuals are the last people known to have seen him.

“The three individuals crossed paths with our missing person on May 15 at 9:07 a.m. in the 8900 block of 112th St.,” said Cris Leykauf, spokesperson for Delta police. “In the video you can see there is a couple walking behind him and a person who walks directly past Mr. Sanghera. Police would like to speak to all three individuals to determine if they might have any information about the route he was taking.”

Police also know that Mr. Sanghera was spotted in the 9200 block of 112th St. at 9:15 a.m., heading northbound towards 92A Ave.

Police additionally request that anyone who was driving in the area of 8900-9200 block of 112th street around 9 a.m., May 15, and who has dash cam footage, to please review that footage and if you think you see Mr. Sanghera, to contact police.

Call police at 604-946-4411 and quote file tip number 20-10726.

View the video at this link: https://deltapolice.ca/portfolio-items/police-ask-witnesses-captured-in-video-to-come-forward/.

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