RCMP still searching for missing man

Slocan resident David Taylor has been missing since last Wednesday.

The search continues for a Slocan man who went missing last week.

David Taylor has now been identified by RCMP as the man whose boat was found Nov. 3 with just his dog on board. Taylor had been expected to return to his Pebble Beach-Evans Creek residence with the boat and the dog the previous evening.

An RCMP release Monday said Taylor has still not be found. The search has been conducted using ground searchers, boats, a helicopter, an RCMP float plane, an underwater recovery team, SONAR and an underwater camera.

Taylor is 60 years old. He’s five-foot-seven with thin grey hair and a grey beard. He may have been wearing a yellow jacket with grey coveralls at the time he went missing.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Slocan Lake RCMP at 250-358-2222.

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