Did you see Su's car?

Police are still looking for information about a 37-year-old Vancouver woman who went missing in early January.

Su Yi Liang was reported missing by her father on Jan. 10 when she didn't show up to pick up her children from school.

Police have since determined Liang went missing on Jan. 8, sometime before noon. Her disappearance is considered suspicious.

Surviellence footage shows Liang's car, a grey BMW i3, was in the parking lot of East Vancouver's New Brighton Park about 12:30 p.m. Police found the car on Jan. 11 at the Rupert Pitch & Putt, about an eight-minute drive away.

“We have determined that Ms. Liang went missing during the morning of Monday, Jan. 8,” said Vancouver Police Const. Jason Doucette. “Detectives have also confirmed Ms. Liang’s BMW i3 was at New Brighton Park within hours of her disappearance. It’s important we speak with anyone who may have seen her electric car in the parking lot.”

In January, police said evidence led them to believe Liang would not be found alive, although they wouldn't say why.

Liang's home has been searched and a man was questioned, but was later released.

Anyone with information is asked to call the VPD Major Crime Section at 604-717-2500 or anonymously at 1-800-222-8477.

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