UPDATE: Mising Lower Mainland couple found safe

Barriere RCMP received a missing persons report for two senior overdue travellers

  • Nov. 15, 2018 4:15 p.m.

UPDATE: Nov. 16

The senior couple, from Coquitlam, who were reported missing on Thursday were found safe last night.

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A senior couple, from Coquitlam, that failed to arrive at their destination might be in the Barriere area.

Barriere RCMP received a missing persons report for two senior overdue travellers on Thursday.

Donna Johnston and Timothy Hall, both 63, are believed to be driving in a 1991 brown Ford F250 with BC license plate BF9750.

Donna Johnston is described as:

  • Caucasian female
  • 63-years-old
  • Height 5’3”
  • Weight 121 lbs
  • Bown eyes
  • Bleach blonde hair

Timothy Hall is described as:

  • Caucasian male
  • 63-years-old
  • Height 5’11”
  • Weight 245 lbs
  • Eyes hazel
  • Hair grey

According to police they were last physically seen at their Coquitlam address on Sunday, Nov. 11 about 5 p.m.

Their cell phone GPS location was last associated to the McLure, BC area, at approximately 6:00 pm on Nov. 14.

Anyone with any information about the couple or the vehicle they were driving area asked to contact the Barriere RCMP at 250-672-9918 or their local police service.

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