Missing Kelowna man found dead after week search

Stephen O’Shaughnessy was reported missing Oct. 8

Stephen O’Shaughnessy. (Kelowna RCMP)

A search for a missing Kelowna man ended sadly on Thanksgiving.

Stephen O’Shaughnessy, 53, was reported missing on Oct. 9 after last being seen three days prior.

He was found dead on Monday near the shore on Water Street.

No foul play is suspected by Kelowna RCMP.

“His immediate family has been notified,” said Cpl. Tania Carroll.

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