Surrey man missing after heading out on hunting trip

David Robinson, 56, left Surrey for Quesnel on Saturday but did not arrive at his destination

Surrey RCMP and family and searching for David Robinson

SURREY — The Surrey RCMP has issued a missing person’s bulletin for David Robinson, 56.

It’s believed he left Surrey for Quesnel on Saturday afternoon but did not arrive at his destination. He was expected to meet a relative for a hunting trip and might have been carrying hunting gear.

“This has never happened to him before, that he’s gone missing like this,” Cpl. Scotty Schumann said.

Robinson is white, five feet 11 inches tall, 200 pounds and has short, greying blond hair, blue eyes, a moustache and might be wearing glasses. He was driving his black Dodge Ram 3500 pickup truck, B.C. license plate number BK016O

“Dave’s family and the Surrey RCMP are concerned about his wellbeing as it is very out-of-character for him to be unaccounted for,” Staff Sgt. Blair McColl said.

Police ask anyone who knows what happened to Robinson to contact the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502, quoting file number 2015-132512.

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