A recent photo of missing man John Vincent.

UPDATED: Search ends for John Vincent

Nelson Police are no longer searching for a 28-year-old man, BC Coroners Service has confirmed his body has been found.

The Nelson Police Department notified the community they are no longer searching for missing 28-year-old John Vincent Monday evening and the BC Coroner’s Service has confirmed his body has been located. There is no indication of foul play.

Last seen walking on Awesome View Rd. in Beasely on Thursday around 2 p.m., he was belived to heading in the direction of Nelson at that time.

The police received unconfirmed reports that he had been spotted in the areas of Sproat Dr., John’s Walk, Red Sands beach and Bealby Point Rd.

Monday night, police issued a two-line statement that they “no longer require the public’s assistance” but thanked those who helped and provided information.


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