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MISSING PERSON • Lloyd Sword • Prince George, British Columbia • 46 Years Old

MISSING PERSON • Lloyd Sword • Prince George, British Columbia • 46 Years Old

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PRINCE GEORGE — The Prince George RCMP is asking for the local public’s assistance in locating missing 46 year old Lloyd Sword out of the Prince George, British Columbia area, that may have been a victim of foul play. He has been known to use the alias Aiden Rylie, especially on social media.

Lloyd was last seen late July, 2017. Police investigators found evidence to suggest they were dealing with a homicide.

He was wearing a black jacket, blue jeans, a dark grey shirt and running shoes when he went missing. Investigators are hoping hunters and others who are travelling through the bush, may spot the clothing.  Police believe evidence on the clothing may lead them to a suspect.

The investigation is being led by the North District Major Crimes Unit.

Lloyd is described as:

• GENDER: Male.
• ETHNICITY: Caucasian.
• HAIR: Brown, short.
• EYES: Blue.
• HEIGHT: 5 feet 10 inches.
• WEIGHT: 190 pounds.

Do you know something?

If you have any information in regards to Lloyd’s whereabouts, you are being asked to contact the Prince George RCMP at (250)561-3300 immediately quoting file # 2017-28656.

Want to stay anonymous?

If you wish to remain anonymous with your information, you are welcome to call Crime Stoppers at 1(800)222-8477, online at www.pgcrimestoppers.bc.ca (English only), or Text-A-Tip to CRIMES (274637) using keyword pgtips. You do not have to reveal your identity to Crime Stoppers.


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6 comments on this report

  • October 23, 2017 at 12:30 AM

    Any thoughts on this? Lloyd is typically a person who spoke out and shared his troubles. If he felt someone or people were intending to harm or threaten him he would vocalize this to friends and acquaintances. There also must be a reason the RCMP have upgraded this to a likely homicide rather than just a missing person.

    • November 7, 2017 at 10:13 AM

      I feel sick to the stomach, I ask my self every day what is different from Lloyd and another missing person, besides Lloyd has only been brought up 3 times August 24, 26, and OCT 3 and maybe oct 4 … I missing person is a missing person and should be treated as a missing person until a body is found ! Other missing persons have been posted daily/weekly and so on. I also wonder why it took the rcmp so long to notice he was missing since he has to do sign in at the P.O Office weekly or twice a month .. I can understand friends keeping silent do to Lloyds involvement with drugs and guns or being charged with that anyways . So are our local RCMP doing there Job to the fullest or have they just brushed Lloyd under the carpet do to his criminal charges ….. I am a friend of lloyds and he never stressed about his safety or feeling threatened .. I question how the can say what he was wearing the last time he was seen … I just want Lloyd to be treated like any other missing persons case no matter what his background is . Lloyd would give his shirt off his back for any one no matter who they were so in return he deserves to be treated the same … Miss you Buddy

  • October 23, 2017 at 1:21 PM

    How is it the RCMP know exactly what he was wearing? And only months after he was considered “missing” they managed to find indications of a homicide?

    If someone described in detail what he was last wearing they could also describe who he was forcefully abducted by and why.

    Whoever this person it persons are need to be aware the probable criminal(s) involved want you silenced and are hunting you currently. One dirty deed obliges another lest they have a never before heard conscience. Be afraid and safe.

  • November 7, 2017 at 1:04 PM

    Nice post Delphine. To provide you a different perspective, Lloyd and many people in the drug or crime scene (I am not saying he was or wasn’t, just had this in his past) tend to keep their personal digressions within a circle of people involved. It would not be typical for anyone to call or message a loved one and reveal they just committed a crime or began using drugs again. So unless your relationship with Lloyd involved the people or situation as to why they were mad then he likely wouldn’t bring it up to you. This isn’t to say he hasn’t shared this with other people he knew. Secondly if he failed to check in with his P.O. he would know an arrest warrant would be issued. This would cause him to avoid police and he would hope freinds and associates who knew where he was or had information would not help the police in finding him. So while he was not known where to be didn’t necessarily mean he was “missing” or in any danger.

    The possibility the RCMP are not doing all they could be doing is very likely true. There seems to be a disproportionate number of missing people and unsolved homicides in the PG area based on population. This may be attributed to lack of resources or the feeling that these people chose to involve themselves in a high risk lifestyle so they can take a backseat to “normal legitimate” missing persons.

    No matter why he is missing or what the RCMP are doing and how much effort is being made this is a sad outcome. The fact is while Lloyd didn’t always walk on the right side of the law, he rarely if ever became involved in scenarios with enough money involved to warrant a murder of anyone.

    I believe law enforcement and most probably some of his acquaintances know exactly who was involved and what happened. They simply do not have the information as to where his remains are located nor the proof to lay charges. Hopefully this will change in the near future. While awaiting charges to be laid PG has some very brazen, highly dangerous people in town who probably won’t hesitate to commit a murder or any other crime they might see as deserving or to their benefit. Be cautious if you are a person who interacts in these circles. You might be next.

    Some words of advise? Tell someone about your plans and who is involved, leave a message to be found should something go sideways, chop it down to smaller transactions, don’t get involved.

  • November 24, 2017 at 11:22 PM

    That was a truly well thought out comment. Thank you for sharing this information Sean.

    I’m curious if there are any ideas of what might have happened to Aidan or Lloyd? Please share.

  • August 8, 2020 at 12:32 PM

    My brother was only missing until Sept 11, 2017 as hunters somewhere outside of PG found his remains Sept 7th. Dental records confirmed the remains were Lloyd’s on the 11th. He was already cremated by the last press release in October 2017. He REALLY shouldn’t be listed here as a missing person.


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