After almost a year, police are still searching for man who was reportedly last seen in the area. 
William 'Willy' Lynskey left his apartment in Vancouver on the evening of April 11, 2017.
CCTV showed Lynskey boarding a Greyhound bus to Edmonton alone around 7 p.m. on April 12. He checked into the Century Casino and Hotel the following day.
There was a cellphone ping around Calgary on April 14. That was enough for Vancouver police to deem him safe and close their investigation.
The Whistler RCMP opened its own missing persons file in May.
In September, employees from the Food Resource Centre in Banff stated they had seen and spoken to the 21-year-old. They said they provided him with donated clothing.
A week ago, his ID was recovered in Banff. It was turned into a janitorial company in November. 
He was last reportedly last seen in Fort Saskatchewan in December.
Lynskey is described as a Caucasian man with brown hair, hazel eyes, 250 pounds, 6'2" and was last seen with facial hair.
His cell phone, bank account and social media have not been used since May. His family has not heard from him since he left Vancouver.
Anyone with information is asked to call their local police detachment or Crime Stoppers.

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