B.C. RCMP searching for missing family of 4

Josh Duncan | September 13, 2018 in Provincial

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The search is on for an entire family that hasn’t been heard from since Monday.

According to the Surrey RCMP, the Anderson family was reported missing on Tuesday evening.

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Although they were last heard from on Monday around 9 p.m., they haven’t been seen by anyone since Sunday.

The family is known to frequent Minoru Park in Richmond and it’s also possible they are driving to Alberta.

Missing is 43-year-old Sheldon Anderson, 45-year-old Nona Anderson and the couple’s two daughters, Chanel (13) and Mariah (10).

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The Andersons’ vehicle is a 2002 tan coloured Toyota Sienna minivan with Alberta licence plate BGZ 2221.

NowMedia will update this story as more information becomes available.

With files from the Canadian Press.

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