Search for hiker finishes in northwestern BC

No sign found of Warren Sill, a film maker from Ohio

  • Jul. 20, 2012 3:00 p.m.

THE New Hazelton RCMP and BC search and resuce teams from the northwest, northeast, southwest region and Vancouver Island have completed a thorough ground and air search of the area where 26 year old Warren Andrew Sill was considered to be.

At this time no sign of Sill has been found.

“The Unified Command Team, comprised of the New Hazelton RCMP and BC SAR, with support from the ND RCMP Air Services, RCMP Police Dog Services are suspending the current search effort.  Further search efforts will be considered should further information be received that may assist in identifying other possible search areas,” stated Sgt Jeff Pelley the NCO in charge of the New Hazelton RCMP.

At this time the New Hazelton RCMP will continue to investigate Mr. Sill’s disappearance, he said.

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