File # 2016-4352

Bryan, an Indigenous man with fair skin, was last seen near West Park Mall in Quesnel. The day before his disappearance, on June 6, 2016, he wandered the familiar streets, passing the local shops and greeting neighbors. The following day, the town woke up to the unsettling news that Bryan was missing. The Quesnel RCMP launched an investigation. Bryan, at 57 years old today, remained an enigma lost in the folds of time. His family clung to the hope that someone, somewhere, held the key to unlocking the puzzle of his disappearance. Described as 5’11” with a fair complexion, Bryan bore a tattoo of “BT” on his left wrist. He had collar-length brown hair, an unshaven face, and was last known to be wearing a t-shirt, blue jeans, sneakers, and carried a small blue backpack. A vivid image frozen in time, as if he had stepped out of existence on that fateful day. The RCMP, in collaboration with the community, renewed their plea for information.

If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Bryan Twan, the Quesnel RCMP urge you to call 250-992-9211. In the heart of the mountains, where every whisper carries weight, the town awaits the closure that only the truth can bring.

Sgt. Clay Kronebusch Media Relations Officer
Quesnel RCMP
584 Carson Ave Quesnel BC V2J 2B5
Office: 250-992-9211


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