RCMP have cordoned off the entrance to Galloway Rapids Bridge approximately 10 kilometres east of Prince Rupert. This occurred shortly after a massive search for Adam Moore was called off. Details to follow once confirmation has been established.

UPDATE: Search for vehicle belonging to Adam Moore ongoing

As the sun goes down on another day of searching, the vehicle belonging to Adam Moore has yet to be recovered.


As the sun goes down on another day of searching, the vehicle belonging to Adam Moore has yet to be recovered from the waters near Galloway Rapids.

“We still have not found where the vehicle specifically is in the water, but we hope the dive team will be able to locate it tomorrow,” said Const. Matt Ericson of the Prince Rupert RCMP shortly after 4 p.m. on Jan. 6, noting there is a dive team coming up from Kamloops.



Prince Rupert RCMP have confirmed that the vehicle parts located near the Port Edward turnoff belong to the vehicle driven by Adam Moore.

“Due to lack of daylight and the safety of search teams becoming a concern, the search has been temporally suspended overnight and will resume at daybreak,” explained Const. Matt Ericson of the Prince Rupert RCMP.

A dive team has been contacted and will attend the scene at first light along with members of search and rescue and RCMP West Coast Marine Services.



Prince Rupert RCMP Const. Matt Ericson has confirmed that officers have recovered a vehicle at the scene, but said not much else is known at the moment.

“At this point we have located parts of a vehicle, but cannot say definitively if it is the vehicle belonging to Adam Moore,” he said.

Look for details as they become available here at thenorthernview.com



RCMP have just cordoned off an area along the entrance to the Galloway Rapids Bridge following a massive search for missing 26-year-old Adam Moore of Prince Rupert.

Volunteer search and rescue teams were called off at approximately 1:30 p.m.

The Northern View will report details once they are confirmed and made available.



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