Update: Search for one of two missing Kelowna residents ends well

Update: Search for one of two missing Kelowna residents ends well

Police are asking for the public’s assistance in finding two missing Kelowna residents

The RCMP announced Tuesday morning that Smith was located Monday night safe and sound.

Original story, 3:57 p.m. Monday

Two Kelowna residents who are both known to police are missing and the RCMP are now looking for the public’s help in finding them.

Although not associated with each other both Tasha Dawn Smith and Thomas Feeley have both been reported missing.

Smith is wanted on one count of breach of probation and was last seen on Jan. 19.

It is believed she has ties to the Kootenay region and could possibly be in that area. Since the disappearance of Smith, police have followed up on several leads and possible sightings, however Smith remains missing.

She is described as:

  • Caucasian female;
  • 38 years-old;
  • 5 feet 5 inches tall (165 cm);
  • Weighing 141 pounds(64 kg);
  • With brown hair;
  • blue eyes;

Feely was last seen on Feb. 24 and while police have followed up on several leads and possible sightings he has not been found.

He is described as:

  • Caucasian male;
  • 52 years-old;
  • 5 feet 9 inches tall (175 cm);
  • 161 pounds (73 kg);
  • black hair;
  • grey eyes;

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Smith or Feely is asked to contact their local police, or remain anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477, leaving a tip online at www.crimestoppers.net or by texting your tip to CRIMES (274637) ktown.

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