Chinese man missing for more than a year family: hope to sentence death to deal with legacy

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 Chinese man missing for more than a year family: hope to sentence death to deal with legacy


Roy Tin Hou Lee, 43, and Chun Sek Lam, 64, climbed Cypress Hill during Christmas in 2016. In the evening, the clerk found that two people had abandoned the car in the parking lot before they knew that someone might be missing. Although search and rescue personnel sent for search and rescue for several days, they got nothing. The equipment of the two men was found in CapilanoReservoir in May 2017, but the body of two people was not found. Li Tianhous family said he had received letters of health insurance policy and other bills after he disappeared. Families hope that the BC Supreme Court will declare the death of Lee Tianhou and proceed to deal with his legacy. Source: Chinese overseas net editor: Qian Yue Xiao _NBJ10675

Roy Tin Hou Lee, 43, and Chun Sek Lam, 64, climbed Cypress Hill during Christmas in 2016. In the evening, the clerk found that two people had abandoned the car in the parking lot before they knew that someone might be missing. Although search and rescue personnel sent for search and rescue for several days, they got nothing. The equipment of the two men was found in CapilanoReservoir in May 2017, but the body of two people was not found.

Li Tianhous family said he had received letters of health insurance policy and other bills after he disappeared. Families hope that the BC Supreme Court will declare the death of Lee Tianhou and proceed to deal with his legacy.