brown hair (spikey)
Good physical condition
A scar from a childhood accident resembles a deep dimple on his left cheek.
He was wearing only a dark t-shirt, jeans, and shoes at the time.
Anyone with information of Koshman's whereabouts is asked to call police at
Crime Stoppers at
Koshman does not own a vehicle.
There has been no activity on his cell phone or his bank account!
The family of a man from Moose Jaw, Sask., who went missing in Edmonton more than a week ago says it won't give up its search for him.
Dylan Koshman, 21, disappeared from his home on the south side of the city on Oct. 11. He had been in Edmonton for about six months and had been working for an oil-and-gas contracting company. Read More...
Family from Saskatchewan searches Edmonton for missing man
A search and rescue team has conducted a ground search of the neighbourhood where Koshman was last seen, which was described to Cumming as a “good area” of the city. Cumming said there was a park and a ravine separating it from an industrial park, which have all been searched by ground and air, but turned up no leads.
Police spokesman Jeff Wuite said the search did not uncover any signs of Koshman, but a full-scale missing person’s investigation is underway. Read More...
Disappearance Shatters Family
Family mounts Western Canada billboard campaign
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Edmonton Police Service
It’s been nearly a year since 21-year-old Dylan Koshman disappeared from his south Edmonton home after an argument with his cousin.
But his family still holds out hope that he will one day be found.
“Police suspected they would find Dylan by spring. And when bodies turned up, we were on a rollercoaster ride of emotion. When none of them turned out to be Dylan, hope was still high,” said his mother Melanie Alix, who returned to Edmonton over the weekend organizing another search for her son.
Family still looking for missing 21-year-old