** UPDATED – Daniel is home again, safe ** Have you seen this man?


Delta police have now called off the search as Daniel has returned home and is safe. Thank you to everyone who posted this to facebook and twittered, shared and emailed it around. A happy ending for both Daniel and family!

Daniel Dean Letendre, 34, has been missing and without contact with his family since Saturday night, at his family home in North Delta.

He is  completely deaf and suffers from mental health issues, and was last seen wearing a blue baseball cap, blue jeans and a grey/white ski jacket where the top is separated from the navy blue bottom by a yellow stripe. He was carrying a large navy blue duffle bag. He is a large man, standing approximately 6’1″, and around 230 lbs.

He was captured on a security cam in North Surrey early Sunday morning, but has still not made contact or been found. If he has travelled by skytrain, he could be anywhere so please keep your eyes open.

His family is  very worried about him, and his sister, whom I know, is beside herself with concern right now. She wants people to know that Daniel is a gentle soul,  incredibly honest and very believing of others, which makes him very, very vulnerable out there alone.

Please, if you have seen Daniel,  or find him, or have had contact with him, please call Delta police, who are investigating his disappearance, and looking for him, at 604-946-4411 or your local RCMP detachment where you are located. And please share this with others.

6 thoughts on “** UPDATED – Daniel is home again, safe ** Have you seen this man?

  1. Laila – change of topic. Do you know anyone who could use a washer and / or dryer? They are Kenmore Front Loading. About 12 years old. The washer needs a service – it washes but doesn’t spin. The dryer works fine. Can be stacking I think. I have all the parts for transporting the washing machine securely, some repair parts as well as all the manuals. I am asking $99 on SurreyReuses, but would take any reasonable offer. The set was close to $1500 new I think. The great thing about Front loading washers is they use less water, less energy to heat the water and less soap.
    Let me know if you think of anyone. Thanks Bernadette


  2. Why not donate it to Habitat or Big Brothers & Sisters ? In Kamloops they have a store where they sell donated goods in order to raise money.


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