Brampton Sikh Jagdish Sumal still remains missing

Jagdish Singh Sumal
Jagdish Sumal

The Canadian Bazaar

BRAMPTON: There is still no trace of 77-year-old Brampton Sikh man Jagdish Sumal who went missing on April 4 from his home in the area of Redwing Court and Ravenswood Drive in the city.

A video shows him leaving his home on foot and walking down a residential street at about 7.30 am. At about 8.20 am, he was captured on camera at the Square One bus terminal in Mississauga while getting off Brampton Transit bus #831. It is not known where he went from the Square One bus terminal.

Earlier, police had speculated that Sumal might be in Oakville because he had been there previously.

Jagdish Sumal is described as is 5’11” feet tall and of medium build. He has a gray mustache, gray beard and wears a turban.

He was last seen wearing a dark blue shirt, dark blue pants, black winter jacket, a black turban and white shoes, says police.

Jagdish Sumal often goes to the Sikh gurdwara at McLaughlin Road and Gurdwara Gate in Brampton.

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