MHPS seek public assistance finding man missing since Jan. 2
The Medicine Hat Police Service is requesting assistance from the public to locate a missing 36-year-old man. Daniel Hill has not been seen or spoken to by his family since Jan. 2.
Hill is described as a Métis male, 5-foot-9, approximately 176 pounds, with shoulder length, dark brown hair. Hill was last seen wearing grey coloured jeans and a checkered winter jacket.
Family members are concerned as his absence is very unusual.
If you have any information please contact MHPS at 403-529-8481.
Meanwhile, local police continue with their investigation of an incident of alleged sexual interference that occurred Jan. 4 at the Medicine Hat Family Leisure Centre. Police are attempting to locate and identify the suspect who is described as: a white male, 30-35 years old, about 6 feet tall, average build, short light brown hair, and groomed beard and moustache. The suspect also has a colorful tattoo located on the majority of his left bicep area.
The MHPS are asking members of the public, who were at the FLC that day between the hours of 2:30-5 p.m., and who took photographs or videos of the interior or exterior of the facility that may assist police in identifying the suspect, to please contact Cst. Adam Johnston at (403) 529-8424 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.