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Nelson police look for missing man

Oliver Howard - photo submitted
Oliver Howard
— image credit: photo submitted

The Nelson Police Department is still trying to find a man who was last seen in Nelson this past spring.

The last time police had a report of Olivier Howard's whereabouts was in late April. He may also have been hitchhiking from the New Denver/Silverton area on or around Tuesday April 19 and dropped off in Nelson.

Police are requesting the assistance of the public for any information regarding Olivier, his whereabouts or acquaintances and police would also like to speak to the motorist who gave Olivier a ride from New Denver/Silverton to Nelson.

Please contact Cst. David Laing with any information at 250-354-3919.

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