Search for Dietmar Josef Faeth turns up no clues

On July 9th, 2011, the Prince George RCMP with assistance from Prince George Search & Rescue, conducted a third search for Dietmar Josef FAETH, a 74 year old Prince George man that went missing last October. The search was conducted in the area where Mr. FAETH’s distinctive orange Dodge camper van was located, just off the Upper Fraser Forest Service Road, near Sinclair Mills.

Searchers were hopeful to find evidence of Mr. FAETH’s where-a-bouts, now that the snow has melted in the area. Items were located, but investigators have not been able to determine whether they belong to Mr. FAETH or whether they can help to explain his disappearance.

It’s been 9 months since anyone has seen Dietmar Josef FAETH. FAETH was last seen by friends in mid-October 2010 in Prince George and was reported missing on November 8th, two days after he was scheduled to fly to a warmer climate for the winter.

On November 15th, 2010, FAETH’s van was located off the Fraser Forest Service Road, northeast of the City. FAETH was not located. The following day, an extensive search of the area was conducted by Prince George Search & Rescue with assistance from the Prince George RCMP’s Police Dog Section. Again, no sign of Mr. FAETH. A few days later, two members of the Prince George RCMP Police Dog Section and their service dogs, returned to the area and conducted further searches, but were unsuccessful.

The Prince George RCMP are requesting to speak to anyone that may have spoken to or seen Mr. FAETH or his camper van last October or November.

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