Updated: Volunteers continue searching for missing man in Langley

Shengyun Song was reported missing at 7 p.m. on Thursday March 21 by his son

The search for 80-year-old Shengyun Song continues in Langley.

While the official search for a missing 80-year-old man has ended in Langley, volunteers are still hunting for Shengyun Song.

Song was reported missing at 7 p.m. on Thursday March 21 by his son, who says his father left his residence in the 8600 block of 206B Street in North Langley to go for a walk alone and did not return home.

The missing man is a resident of China and does not speak any English.

Song is described as an elderly Asian male, with balding white hair, 5’7″, 147 lbs.

He was wearing a blue puffy jacket, pants, and brown shoes with a white stripe (as seen in the photograph released by RCMP).

After four days, Langley RCMP issued a statement saying the “physical search … has now been concluded” but the investigation remains active.

Mounties said several Fraser Valley private citizens have offered to search the area in planes and helicopters.

They planned to fly over North Langley, Port Kells, Fort Langley, Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Shengyun Song is asked to call Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200.

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