Nelson RCMP searching for missing man

Police are asking the public if they have any information regarding Tyler Sheriff, age 28, who was last seen heading to Nelson.

  • Apr. 17, 2014 3:00 p.m.

Nelson RCMP is requesting the public's assistance in locating Tyler Sheriff

Nelson RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating Tyler Sheriff, age 28.  He was last seen on April 16 at the Highway 3A and 6 Junction in South Slocan, with the intention of hitchhiking to Nelson.

He is approx. 5’7″, 145 lbs, has brown hair, and was last wearing a long blue/green coat with a camouflage hoodie underneath.

Sheriff is missing his two front teeth.

He currently has a moustache and beard.

Anyone who has any information or who sees Sheriff is asked to call either Nelson Police Department (250-354-3919) or  Nelson RCMP (250-325-2156) immediately.

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