Prince Rupert resident, Binh Tran, has been missing since Dec. 11. (RCMP provided photo)

RCMP ask public to help find missing Prince Rupert man

Binh Tran has been missing since December 11

Prince Rupert resident, Binh Tran, has been missing since Dec. 11.

Police and Ground Search and Rescue crews have been searching for the 27-year-old man, and they’re asking if anyone has any information to contact the RCMP 250-627-0700 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).

Police describe Binh Tran as a Vietnamese man, 5’9, 175lbs, with short black hair, a left ear and nose piercing.

He was last seen wearing a black sweater, black sweat pants and a baseball hat (dark colour).

The RCMP have not been available for comment.

More to come.



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