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Rural property being searched in connection with Calgary man’s disappearance

Evidence has led Calgary police to search a rural property north of the city in connection with a missing person investigation.

Calgary police are looking for more information in the disappearance of Christopher Stevenson, 37, of Calgary, who went missing in August. He was last seen on Aug. 24, 2023 wearing a two-toned, flat-brimmed baseball cap, a hoodie with skulls on it, black pants, white shoes and a black medical mask.

Prior to his disappearance, Stevenson was seen driving a 2021 Dodge Ram truck with Alberta licence plate CPR 3434. Police located that truck outside Calgary, along with his dog, who was found roaming the area, they said.

According to police, Stevenson may have been the victim of foul play. They were led to a property along Range Road 293 in Rocky View County to look for further evidence in his disappearance, they said.

They began the search over the Sept. 16 weekend, and it’s expected to continue through this weekend.

On Friday last week, two people were taken into custody after a raid on a home in the 600 block of 6 Avenue SE. A search warrant was executed and both people remain in custody on unrelated matters, Calgary police said.

Anyone with information on Stevenson’s location or if you interacted with him before he disappeared, please call the Calgary police at 403-266-1234.

No further information will be made available until the search has concluded, police said.