The family of a British Columbia man missing for a decade is pleading for any help in solving what the police are treating as a homicide.
Kellen McElwee was 25 years old when he vanished in March 2008, and his parents, Paula and Len McElwee, say they never thought he would disappear off the face of the world without a goodbye.
A 2013 statement from the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team says there was no conclusive evidence that McElwee was linked to gangs, organized crime, or drugs.
Burnaby RCMP released a video taken from inside McElwee's Burnaby condominium in April 2008, and Cpl. Frank Jang of the homicide team confirmed on Thursday that they have received tips about a man who was spotted on the surveillance video.
Investigators says they consider McElwee's disappearance a murder.
McElwee's parents say nothing in the case is irrelevant and they appealed to anyone who might have information to come forward, saying both Kellen and their family deserve justice.