News PG man’s disappearance now considered suspicious SHARE ON: Kyle Balzer, staff Friday, Jan. 11th, 2019 Photo courtesy of Prince George RCMP Pobert Poulin’s truck caught on dashcam footage | Prince George RCMP A 54-year-old man remains missing, but more information has been released by the Prince George RCMP. Investigators are now considering Robert Poulin’s disappearance case as suspicious as he’s who has been reported missing on December 28th, the same day his Black Ford F-150 was found. Fire Rescue crews and police located the vehicle after responding to a house fire on Greenwood Street in the Hart region, but Poulin himself wasn’t there. Police have also released images from obtained dash-cam footage of Poulin’s truck being seen driving between Chetwynd and Fort St. John on December 27th (5AM – 3PM) with a white canopy on the back (see above photo). Other images also show his truck without the canopy on December 28th (Midnight – 9PM) between Fort St. John and Prince George. RCMP are appealing once again to the public for any information on Poulin’s whereabouts and for witnesses who may have seen his truck driving in the Peace region. He is described as: White 6’2” 188 pounds Short brown hair Green eyes Possibly wearing a blue winter jacket The public is asked to call the Prince George RCMP at (250) 561-3300, or Crime-Stoppers at 1 (800) 222-8477.