Please help spread the word about missing Ian McParland out of Kingston.
UPDATE: We are very pleased to announce that Ian McParland was safely located by Kingston Police at the local Greyhound bus terminal at approximately 3:15 a.m. He has since been transported to a place of safety and his parents have been notified.
The Kingston Police would like to thank Queen’s University and members of the public for their assistance.
KINGSTON— The Kingston Police is asking for the public’s assistance in locating missing 24-year-old Ian McParland out of the Kingston area.
Ian was last seen on the Queen’s University campus on October 15th, 2016. His family was contacted by Queen’s University staff who had noticed his absence and become concerned for his welfare. His parents confirmed that they have not had contact with him.
Although Ian has a connection to a residence on Sydenham Street, he has not been seen there. Because McParland is originally from British Columbia, detectives are not sure which city or province he may be in.
There is no associated vehicle to McParland and it is believed if he attempts to travel it will most likely be through public transportation.
Ian is described as:
• Gender: Male.
• Eyes: Brown.
• Hair: Brown, short.
• Height: 6’2″.
• Weight: 180 lbs.
Have any information? If you have any information in regards to Ian’s whereabouts, you are being asked to contact the Kingston Police Service at (613) 549-4660.
If you wish to remain anonymous with your helpful information, you are more than welcome to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477, or submit your tip online at tipsubmit.ca.
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