UPDATE: Missing Abbotsford man located safe and sound

28-year-old Abiem Deng Abiem reported missing Nov. 17

UPDATE: Police indicated on Friday, Dec. 1 that Abiem Deng Abiem has been located safe and sound in Abbotsford.


Abbotsford Police are asking the public to help find missing 28-year-old Abiem Deng Abiem, who they say needs to be located to continue medical treatment.

They say he was first reported missing on Nov. 17 when he didn’t show up for a medical appointment. Investigators looked for him at his last known address but they believe he is of no fixed address.

He may be travelling in his grey 4-door 2004 Chevrolet Impala.

Abiem is described as 6’2”, 160 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.

Anyone with information is asked to called police at (604) 859-5225 or text 222973.

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