Police seeking missing man Timothy Klassen

Klassen has not been heard from since June 4

Timothy Paul Klassen has been reported missing to Abbotsford Police.

Abbotsford police are seeking a missing man who has not been heard from since June 4.

On Wednesday, July 15, the Abbotsford Police Department (APD) was contacted about a possible missing person, Timothy Paul Klassen.

Family reported that 51-year-old Klassen had not been heard from since June 4, via text message, according to a police news release.

Klassen left his central Abbotsford residence just before communicating with his family. Since then, neither police nor family have seen or heard from him.

Klassen is a Caucasian male, 5’ 8” tall and weighing 161 pounds. He has brown hair and green eyes.

Anyone with information about Klassen should call the APD at 604-859-5225 or by text at 222973 (abbypd).

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