Missing man’s family increases awareness of unique tattoos in hopes of identifying him
It’s a case that made headlines for over a year. A Lethbridge man who had been living in Calgary went missing in November of 2019. The last place 26-year-old, Marshal Iwaasa was known to be, was in Lethbridge, Alberta in the early morning hours of Monday, November 18th, 2019, when he was leaving his storage locker. A week later his truck was found torched in the backcountry near Pemberton, British Columbia. But Marshal has never been found.
Marshal’s case has been classified simply as a missing person’s case – but his family has strong suspicions that it could be criminal in nature.
Marshal’s been missing now for more than a year and a half, but his sister Paige Fogan is still holding out hope that someone…somewhere has seen – or even knows something. She joins BCN’s Jeannette Rocher to talk about new initiatives the family is taking this summer to raise awareness about Marshal’s disappearance including highlighting his unique tattoos in photos in the hopes of someone identifying him.
If anyone has any information on Marshal’s whereabouts please contact:
Lethbridge Police Service: 403-327-2210 Reference Case#: CA19030078
Crime stoppers: 1-800-222-TIPS(8477) or online at https://www.canadiancrimestoppers.org/tips
the National Centre for Missing Persons and Unidentified Remains: