Police say they don't expect a positive outcome in case of missing woman

By The Canadian Press
January 25, 2018 - 6:56am

VANCOUVER —  Detectives spent hours searching a Vancouver home last night looking for any clues that could help them find 37-year-old Su Yi Liang, but Vancouver police have already said they do not expect a positive outcome.

    Liang was reported missing on January 10th and Constable Jason Doucette says evidence has been collected that suggests the mother of  school-aged children will not be found alive.

    Police aren't describing that evidence but confirm Liang was reported missing by her father when she failed to pick up her children from school and a man was taken into custody -- and then released -- as police searched Liang's east Vancouver home.

    Her distinctive grey, electric 2014 BMW i3 was found January 11th in northeast Vancouver and police are appealing for information from anyone who may have seen Liang, her car or anyone driving her car earlier this month.

(The Canadian Press)

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