Police renew call for information on missing Chilliwack senior

Police and family members are concerned about 89-year-old's physical and mental health

William (Bill) Mooney.

The family of a missing Chilliwack senior is continuing its appeal for help.

William Mooney (Bill) was last seen on May 1 at a credit union on Cheam Avenue in Chilliwack.  Police and family members are concerned for Mooney’s physical and mental health and are asking the public for their assistance in locating him.

Mooney is an 89-year-old Caucasian male who is approximately 5’7” tall and weighs 165 pounds.  He is balding on top and has white hair on the sides.  Mooney was last seen wearing a short sleeve checkered shirt and faded grey work pants.  Mooney left his residence on Young Road in his vehicle which is a red 2009 Mazda pickup truck with chrome running boards. The licence plate on his truck is British Columbia 5064LV.  Family members believe Mooney could be in the Interior region of BC.

Anyone with any information regarding William Mooney is asked to call the Chilliwack RCMP immediately at 604 792-4611.

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