The missing person’s investigation concerning 17-year-old Mary Cyprich continues with recent pictures obtained of both her and 36-year old Force Forsythe in Vancouver. Investigators now believe the two may be intending to travel to Alberta.
On April 1st, 2020 BC Transit investigators forwarded pictures of Cyprich and Forsythe taken at approximately 8:30 pm, at the Commercial-Broadway Skytrain station. Investigators have also learned that the two were discussing travelling to Alberta.
One of the images provided shows Forsythe and Cyprich from behind, as they walked along the Skyrtrain platform, and of Forsythe, from the front. With respect to the image of Cyprich, she was seen wearing grey sweat pants, black shoes, black shirt and a grey/black fur hat, with earflaps pulled. Forsythe was noted to be wearing a black Canucks hat, black shirt, black winter jacket and grey backpack.
If you have information on the whereabouts of Mary Cyprich or Force Forsythe, please contact the Nanaimo RCMP non-emergency line at 250-754-2345 or your closest police agency or RCMP detachment. Please ensure, to quote the file # 2020-15577
Police say a missing teen could have taken off from Nanaimo with a known sex offender.
Nanaimo RCMP said Mary Cyprich, 17, was last seen Thursday, March 26 around 8 p.m. and was immediately reported missing to police. She reportedly left home without her shoes.
Police say she may be in the company of Force Forsythe, a 36-year-old sex offender.
Forsythe has a lengthy criminal history and has served time for sexual assault, assault, uttering threats and breaching his probation.
He currently resides in the Vancouver area.
It’s believed the pair would be travelling in a 2007 brown Ford Escape with the license plate HP2 43W. Police said the pair has likely already left the Nanaimo area and could either be in Vancouver or on the Sunshine Coast.
Cyprich is 5’4″, 100 lbs. with long black hair.
Forsythe stands 5’10”, 200 lbs. and has several tattoos including one spelling ULTIO.
Anyone with information is urged to call Nanaimo RCMP or Crime Stoppers.