Updated: Missing man last seen in Osoyoos located

RCMP were asking for the public’s assistance in finding Arthur Harnum

RCMP are asking for assistance in tracking down Arthur Harnum. Photo provided by the RCMP

Update:

Osoyoos RCMP said the man that they were asking for assistance in locating has been found.

Arthur Harnum was located on the evening of Sept. 27 safe and sound.

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The Osoyoos RCMP are asking for the public’s assistance in locating a missing 64-year-old male.

Arthur Harnum has not been seen or heard from since Sept. 21 when he departed his former residence in Osoyoos in his 1997 Ford Explorer, brown in colour with B.C. licence plate 331 MLL.

It is not known where Harnum planned to travel to. RCMP would like to speak with him to check his well-being. Harnum is 5’10” tall, 220 lbs, has brown eyes and is balding.

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