Whitehorse man still missing

Nearly three weeks since he was last seen, the RCMP are still investigating the disappearance of a Whitehorse man. David Christopher Boyle was reported missing on Sept. 3.

Nearly three weeks since he was last seen, the RCMP are still investigating the disappearance of a Whitehorse man.

David Christopher Boyle was reported missing on Sept. 3.

“We have investigated all tips and leads with regards to Mr. Boyle and have not yet come up with anything to determine his whereabouts or condition,” said Const. Dean Hoogland of the Whitehorse detachment in a news release. “The investigation is by no means over. We have been engaged with the family since the beginning of this investigation and it’s understood that unless further information is received or discovered, we will be no closer in finding Mr. Boyle.”

The 53-year-old was last seen on Aug. 30 at about 10 a.m. at his job with Skookum Asphalt.

He was driving a company vehicle, a 2010 white Ford F150 XL pickup truck, with Yukon license plate number CWR90. The truck has a Skookum Asphalt sticker on the rear passenger side window as well as the unit number 1-04-960 on the back window and front-left wheel well.

The vehicle has also not been found.

Boyle is Caucasian, 5’7, and 146 pounds with grey hair and blue eyes. He was last seen wearing blue jeans and a red mackinaw style jacket.

Const. Christine Grant said the search so far has included exploring back roads as well as an aerial search.

The public is urged to call police with any information.