The Anderson household of Surrey haven’t been seen since September 9, and the Surrey RCMP are asking for the general public’s assist in finding the lacking 4.

Nobody has seen the Andersons since Sunday, and a relative says they final spoke to them on Monday evening.

Lacking are 43-year-old Sheldon Anderson, 45-year-old Nona Anderson, and their daughters, 13-year-old Chanel and 10-year-old Mariah.

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The Anderson household automobile, a 2002 tan-coloured Toyota Sienna minivan (AB plate BGZ2221), was final seen on video surveillance leaving the parking storage of their residence within the 13700-block of 100 Avenue at 2 pm on Tuesday, September 11.

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They haven’t been seen or heard from since,” stated RCMP Sgt. Chad Greig.

The household is described as follows:

  • Sheldon: white, 5’10”, 190 lbs., with soiled blonde hair and blue eyes
  • Nona: white, 5’9″, medium construct, with lengthy blonde hair
  • Chanel: white, 5′, skinny construct, with lengthy blonde hair
  • Mariah: white, 4′, skinny construct, with lengthy blonde hair
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The Andersons not too long ago moved to BC from Alberta. The Surrey RCMP observe that the household is thought to spend time in Richmond at Minoru Park, although there’s a risk the household is driving to Alberta.



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