Slocan man missing

Daniel Crossley hasn't been seen since Tuesday afternoon.

Daniel Crossley

RCMP are asking for the public’s help in finding a Slocan man.

Daniel Crossley, 18, hasn’t been seen or heard from since leaving home about 4 p.m. Tuesday.

He’s described as white with Asian features, 5’6″, 140 lbs., with medium length black hear, wearing a green coat over a brown hoodie, dark jeans, and black shoes.

Police said in a news release that it’s believed Crossley may be hitchhiking along BC highways and they ask anyone who may have seen him the last few days to let them know.

Call the Slocan Lake detachment at 250-358-2222, or 911 and quote file number 2013-1854.

 

 

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