Mayling Family Seeks Help

Prince George, BC, Canada / CKPG News
Mayling Family Seeks Help

The family of 51-year-old Maxwell Mayling has come to Prince George, asking anyone who may have information about his whereabouts to contact the RCMP or Crimestoppers.
Mayling was last seen in late October and his vehicle was found abandoned in the downtown. His family asked for police help in early November. His brother Archer Pechawis spoke of a loving father of two who lived in Fort St. John “for decades” before moving to Prince George in 2016.
“My brother is an incredibly generous man and will do anything for anyone and he’s always happy to help strangers. I’m hoping that some of you strangers can come forward to help him,” says Pechawis. “We just want to know what happened to Max. That’s all we want to know.”
Mayling was last seen in late October, his vehicle abandoned in the downtown.
The missing person case has subsequently been turned over to the Serious Crimes Unit as it is now believed he has met with foul play. But police “firmly believe” someone knows something.
“It must weigh on a person’s mind if they know information about Maxwell and his disappearance,” says Superintendent Warren Brown with the Prince George RCMP. “And I would encourage those individuals who may have any information about Maxwell’s disappearance to have the courage to come forward and tell us about that.”
Mayling is a First Nations male, 5’9 in height, weighing 180 pounds with brown eyes and salt and pepper hair.
If anyone has information, they are asked to contact the RCMP Detachment at 250-561-3300, or anonymously to Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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