RCMP in the North and Southeast Districts are seeking public assistance in locating overdue traveler

RCMP are seeking the public's assistance in locating missing person

  • Jul. 11, 2012 6:00 a.m.

Most recent photo of Dennis GUDMUNDSON

 

RCMP detachments in both the North and Southeast District areas of the province are seeking the public’s assistance in locating missing person Dennis Gordon GUDMUNDSON 61 yrs old, from Keremeos, BC.

Dennis Gordon GUDMUNDSON was riding his blue 2003 Harley Davidson m/c Alberta license #PAGE564 from Fort Saskatchewan, AB, on July 7, returning to Keremeos with travel time to cover.  GUDMUNDSON was reported overdue to the Keremeos RCMP on July 8th, 2012 at around 6 pm by a close friend, after he failed to arrive as planned.

To date debit card transactions on his bank account last saw activity in McBride and Prince George then again on the 8th of July back in McBride.  Investigators are currently confirming the transactions information and the user.

Dennis Gordon GUDMUNDSON is described as:

Caucasian male 61 yrs old

5’9″

194 lbs

gray hair, goatee

blue eyes

Riding a 2003 blue full dress Harley Davidson motorcycle

Alta plate# PAGE564

The RCMP is asking that anyone traveling in the Valemount to Prince George and southern direction of Hwy 5 to the interior, be aware of this overdue traveler.  Anyone with information regarding Mr GUDMUDSON’s whereabouts report same to their local RCMP or the Keremeos RCMP at 250-499-2250.

 

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