44-year-old Barry Carl Hinchcliffe has been missing since September 20. He lives in the 900 block of Expo Boulevard in Vancouver.

Police looking for missing 44-year-old Vancouver man

Vancouver Police are searching for Barry Hinchcliffe, and are asking for the public's help in locating him

Vancouver Police are searching for a missing 44-year-old Vancouver man, and are asking for the public’s help in locating him.

Police said Barry Carl Hinchcliffe was last seen leaving his home at about 7 p.m. on September 20, in the 900 block of Expo Boulevard in Vancouver. Hinchcliffe left his home in a grey 2009 Toyota Tacoma, with B.C. license plate BH8539, and police said it’s believed he may have been heading towards Mission.

According to police, Hinchcliffe keeps regular contact with his family members and this extended absence is uncharacteristic.

Anyone who sees Barry Hinchcliffe or his vehicle is asked to contact their local police.

He is Caucasian, 5’7″, 77.3 kg (170 lbs.), with short, “sandy-coloured” hair and brown eyes. Police said it is not known what he was last wearing.

Barry Hinchcliffe left his house on September 20 driving this 2009 Toyota Tacoma (B.C. license plate BH8539).

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