Search continues for 75 year old

Dong Lee has been missing from his Delta home for two weeks.

Delta's Dong Lee has been missing for two weeks.

Delta Police are still seeking an elderly man missing for two weeks now.

Dong Lee, 75, was last seen at his Delta home on Dec. 5, somewhere between 9 p.m. and 3 a.m.

When he could not be found at home, and his wife’s car, was gone, the family became worried and started looking for him.

Unsuccessful in their search, they called the Delta police.

Lee has a history of diabetes and heart trouble.

Criminal Investigation Branch investigators have continued with their efforts in an attempt to locate Lee and now believe that he left the residence possibly wearing jeans, a sweater and a hat. Lee is described as an Asian male, 5’6”, weighing 133 lbs., with black hair.

He could be possibly driving  a 2007 green Volkswagen Beetle bearing BC Plate 680 LGA.

Anyone who knows of Lee’s whereabouts are encouraged to call the Delta Police Department at 604-946-4411.



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