Missing Calgary man discovered dead: police
Calgary police declared on Tuesday, April 27, that Adam Ankur Sajan was discovered dead the other day. Since his passing isn’t viewed as criminal in nature, police will not delivery any further subtleties.
Calgary police are searching for a man who hasn’t been heard from since the end of the week, as indicated by a news discharge gave Monday.
Adam Ankur Sajan, 27, was most recently seen leaving his home in Panorama Hills on the morning of April 24, making a beeline for work. Police said he didn’t show up and has not been in contact with family or companions.
“This is unusual for Adam, and we are worried for his government assistance,” officials said.
“THIS IS OUT OF CHARACTER FOR ADAM, AND WE ARE CONCERNED FOR HIS WELFARE,” OFFICERS SAID.
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Police said Sajan is five feet seven inches tall, with dark hair, earthy colored eyes and a thin form. He was most recently seen wearing a dark T-shirt, pants, a silver chain jewelry, dark glasses and potentially white sprinters and a dark coat.
He was driving his white, two-entryway Mercedes CLK320 with Alberta tag BNF-8634 and may have voyaged west of Calgary into the mountains, Ghost Lake or Cowboy Trail territory.
On the off chance that you have information, call police at 403-266-1234.