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RCMP looking for overdue traveller

Dyton Gilliland. Courtesy RCMP.

Dyton Gilliland. Courtesy RCMP.

RCMP in Surrey are asking for the public’s help in finding a missing traveller.

Dyton Gilliland was reported missing by his family on November 29th, after he didn’t arrive in Alaska as planned.

On November 22nd, Gilliland crossed into BC at the Aldergrove border from Washington State in his motorhome that was towing a small pick-up truck.

Gilliland is a Caucasian man, 6’0″ tall, 186 lbs., bald, and with blue eyes.

His motorhome is a light colored 1993 FRTV with Alaska license plate FSH 938.

The pick-up truck being towed by the motorhome is a 2012 Toyota Tacoma, with an Alaska license plate GPK 108.

If you have any information about Gilliland or his vehicles, please phone the RCMP or Crime Stoppers.

Dyton Gilliland's motorhome and pick-up truck. Courtesy RCMP.

Dyton Gilliland’s motorhome and pick-up truck. Courtesy RCMP.

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