UPDATED Airdrie RCMP seek assistance to locate missing senior

Robert Murakami, age 85 was last seen in Red Deer at 9:00 am Apr. 5...possible that he is in Wetaskiwin, Hwy #2 regions

  • Apr. 5, 2017 3:00 p.m.

Robert Murakami

Submitted Cpl. Curtis Peters

Media Relations Group


UPDATED Police report Murakami was sighted in Blackfalds Apr. 5 at 11:13 a.m.



RCMP in Airdrie and Red Deer are asking the public to help find a missing Airdrie senior citizen.

Robert Murakami, age 85 was last seen in Red Deer at 9:00 am Apr 5. Mr. Murakami was seen driving a silver 2002 Honda Odyssey van bearing Alberta Licence plate SZX-104.

He is described as:

– Japanese Male

– 5′ 3″ tall

-140 lbs

– Grey hair

-wearing glasses

Police feel it’s possible he may continue to drive north on Hwy #2 reaching Red Deer, Ponoka, Wetaskiwin or Leduc.

Mr. Murakami is from the Airdrie/Calgary area but RCMP believe he travelled to the Red Deer region. He may be disoriented and there is a general concern for his well-being. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to contact the nearest RCMP detachment.




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