WINNIPEG — Family members, students, friends, and even strangers have joined in the search for Kevin Dilk.
The 50-year-old teacher was last seen leaving his St. Boniface home on foot Wednesday morning. Five days later and the search has expanded from posters, to a pair of ground searches on Sunday.
Family members said it wasn’t unusual for him to leave home early for a walk or even to walk to work at Collège Béliveau.
His disappearance Wednesday morning has left his family and the french community in complete shock.
His niece, Ginger Dilk, begging anyone with any answers to please come forward.
“Please come home! If anyone knows anything, please tell us. This is a nightmare [and] we just want him home,” said Ginger Dilk.
Two searches took place Sunday to look for the missing teacher. The first one at 11 a.m. was led by family and friends, and the second with the help of the Bear Clan Patrol.
Winnipeg Police Service said there’s no update on the whereabouts of Dilk as the search continues.
Dilk is describe as 160 pounds, 5’9 with short brown and grey hair, brown eyes and glasses. He is believed to have left on foot without his wallet or phone.
He may have been wearing a black leather jacket, button up shirt, blue jeans, a black hat and black boots.
Anyone with information about his whereabouts to contact the Missing Persons Unit at 204-986-6250.