Yashpal Mehay
 
North American Missing Persons Network
 
Yashpal Mehay

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Above Images: Mehay, circa 2009


Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

  • Missing Since: July 14, 2009 from Surrey, British Columbia
  • Classification: Endangered Missing
  • Age: 41 years
  • Height: 5'7-5'8"
  • Weight: 185 lbs.
  • Hair Color: Black
  • Eye Color: Brown
  • Race: East Indian Asian
  • Gender: Male
  • Distinguishing Characteristics: Short, black hair and a moustache.
  • Clothing: Green striped sweater, khaki pants, black Adidas shoes.
  • Case Number: 2009-86044


  • Details of Disappearance
    Yashpal Mehay went missing July 14, 2009 while driving his grey Mazda MPV (BC licence plate 494 KVK) through the Fraser
    Canyon to Clinton, to work for a week in a Petro-Canada gas station he co-owned with his brother-in-law. Investigation
    revealed Yashpal stopped later that day in Chilliwack and made a purchase at a Staples store. That was the last confirmed sighting of Yashpal.

    Yashpal never showed up in Clinton and has not been seen since. In the days and months following his
    disappearance, police conducted conducted aerial and ground searches, as well as extensive underwater searches of local lakes.
    The Mehay family hired a pilot to fly over the route Yashpal would have taken and also searched it themselves for months.
    None of these searches have yielded any findings of Yashpal, or his car.

    Yashpal, a married family man, was not known to known to drink, smoke, gamble, or use drugs. He was the head of a Buddhist Community Group and was characterized as being
    quiet, peaceful, and happy. He was not known to have any health or mental health issues, and was not known to have any enemies,
    conflicts, or financial issues. Yashpal's credit cards and bank accounts have also had no activity since his disappearance.


    Investigating Agency
    If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
    Surrey RCMP Missing Persons Unit
    (604) 599-0502


    Source Information
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