Update (January 13): When the Georgia Straight contacted Langley RCMP today, Cst. Holly Largy stated that Smith has been found deceased and that foul play is not suspected. No further details are available.
Vancouver fire chief Darrell Reid, who had tweeted about Smith's disappearance stated today that Vancouver firefighters are in mourning for Smith, who had served 29 years as a firefighter.
Original article (January 11):
Police are asking for help in locating a 63-year-old man who has disappeared since leaving home yesterday.
Langley RCMP stated today (January 11) that Neil Smith was last seen at 10:30 a.m. on January 10 at his residence in Murrayville in Langley.
He drove away in his charcoal grey 2015 Ford F150 crew cab. The truck has a canopy and some damage on the right rear bumper. A firefighters decal is on the lower-left corner of the windshield.
Smith is described as a white male who is 183 centimetres (six-feet) tall and weighs 82 kilograms (180 pounds) with a slender build.
He is balding and has brown hair, brown eyes, and a grey moustache.
Langley RCMP stated that he is believed to be wearing metal-rimmed glasses, a dark jacket, and jeans.
Vancouver fire chief Darrell Reid sent out a message on social message about Smith's disappearance as Smith is a retired firefighter.
Anyone with information that might assist police locate Smith is asked to call Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200.
In a separate case back in December, Langley RCMP announced that they were searching for 47-year-old Anton Lammers who was last seen in Murrayville on December 13.