December 25, 2013 12:45 am
Updated: December 25, 2013 12:55 am

Family of missing Coquitlam man Shin Noh hope he is warm and safe this Christmas

Shin Noh

Shin Noh

Submitted by the family

Shin Noh has been missing for 97 days.

The 64-year-old has not been seen since Sept. 18 when he went out for a walk at about 10 a.m. in the morning.

The Coquitlam resident suffers from Alzheimer’s and his son Sam says although they have had some sightings, the last being about 10 days ago, they have not had much news recently.

“With Christmas coming up it’s obviously difficult,” says Sam.

New Year’s Day is also Shin’s birthday. Sam just hopes his dad is somewhere warm and safe.

“We’re going to work and we’re taking care of ourselves, I know my dad would want that.” says Sam.

He says the most difficult part for the family is the uncertainty of it all.

“The search is still on,” says Sam. “We’re not going to stop searching until we have some kind of resolution.”

Shin Noh in the shirt he was wearing when he went missing.

Submitted by the family

The family will also be putting up a reward soon for any news about Shin.

“We want him home for his birthday at least,” says Sam.

Anyone can keep track of the search and help find Shin Noh via the website, Facebook page and app.

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