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October 27, 2017 7:16 pm

Where is Max Mayling?

Friday, January 20, 2017 @ 2:58 PM

l-r Maxwell Mayling’s friend Carl Lehr,  neice Carson Pechawis, mother Kay Pechawis, Supt. Warren Brown  and  Mayling’s brother Archer Pechawis

Prince George, B.C.- 51-year-old Max Mayling is missing,  and  Prince George RCMP are concerned  he may  have found himself in harms way.

Today, members of Mayling’s family made an emotional plea for information leading to his whereabouts.

They came from Toronto, Prince Albert Saskatchewan, and  Grande Prairie  to ask  the public for information on  his whereabouts.   Either  call  the  RCMP, (250-561-3300) or Crime Stoppers (1-800-222-8477)

“As a mother, I only have one thing to say” said Kay Pechawis  as she fought back tears. “This is so unbelievable.  I only have two sons,  Archer, and Max, life’s not  worth living without either of them, so please,  anyone out there knows anything, anything at all that might help locate my some, please call the numbers given previously, either the RCMP or anonymously.  I would appreciate that very much, the whole family would appreciate that very much.”

Mayling  was reported missing  Sunday November 6th  when his brother Archer called RCMP from Toronto.  Prince George RCMP  Superintendent  Warren Brown  says investigators have determined Max  had not been seen since early October and his disappearance is  out of character for the 51 year old father of two.

Mayling’s brother,  Archer Pechawis  spoke of Max as being dedicated to his family, a hard  worker who has an incredible sense of humour. 

While RCMP  located his  vehicle in  Prince George, there has been no sign of  Mayling.
Mayling is described as:

  • First Nations male
  • 5-foot-9
  • 180 pounds
  • Brown eyes
  • Salt and pepper hair
  • Wears glasses

“We are  open to any and all tips or leads we can  get from the general public” says Superintendent Warren Brown  “We’re very confident there’s people who know what happened to Max, and our plea is to those people to please,   have the courage to come forward and tell us.”

Supt. Brown  says  any information at all would be appreciated,  no matter how insignificant the public may think it to be,   investigators  can make the determination on how that information  might be  the missing piece to the puzzle of this disappearance.



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