Kelowna man missing

Justin Craik last seen April 1.

Justin Craik hasn't been seen by his family for a month.

RCMP are asking for the public’s help in finding a young man who hasn’t been seen by his family all month.

Justin Craik, 19, left his family’s Mills Road home on April 1 and said he was going downtown.

His family has not seen him since, said RCMP Sgt. Ann Morrison.

Craik is on medication for schizophrenia and did not take it with him, nor did he have any money that day, she said.

He did go missing last month, RCMP say, and was later found at a coffee shop downtown.

Craik is Caucasian, stands 5’6″ tall, weighs approximately 140 pounds, and has dark hair, a mustache and a beard. He may be wearing a dark blue hoodie and jeans. A photo is attached.

Anyone with information on the young man’s location is asked to call Kelowna RCMP at 250-762-3300.

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