UPDATE: Missing Ponoka man found

The Ponoka RCMP request public assistance in locating 26-year-old Elliott Chin who has been missing from his home since Nov. 15.

UPDATE: Ponoka RCMP have confirmed that missing Ponoka man Elliot Chin has been found alive and is no longer missing.


Ponoka RCMP request assistance from the public in finding 26-year-old Elliot Chin.

Police say Chin has been missing since the evening of Nov. 15 and may be in possession of a firearm. If located investigators advise not to interact with him but to call police as they are concerned for his wellbeing.

Elliott is described as:

* Asian

* 5’9” tall

* 150 lbs

* Brown hair and black eyes

Elliott is driving a grey, four-door Toyota Camry with Alberta license plate YHC 033.  It is possible that Elliott is in the Red Deer area.


The RCMP are concerned for Elliott’s wellbeing and need to hear from him and ask that people call the Ponoka RCMP at 403-783-4472 or call your local police department.


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