Missing man last seen in North Langley

Photo of Missing Man - Dion LINDQUIST

UPDATE: Dion Lindquist has returned home safely.

The Langley RCMP is looking for a missing man with a diminished mental capacity.

Dion Lindquist, 41, left his North Langley home at noon on Tuesday after an argument with his family.

He is high functioning, but left with no cell phone and no access to money, said Cpl. Holly Marks, spokesperson for the Langley RCMP.

His family and friends were looking for Lindquist and checking with other friends in the area. Lindquist has been known to leave home after an argument before.

Lindquist is 6’4", with dark hair and eyes, and was last seen wearing a dark jacket, lighter coloured blue jeans and baseball cap.

Anyone who spots Lindquist or knows where he may have been since noon Tuesday should call the Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200.





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