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Okanagan woman desperately searches for missing ex-husband

Terry Lacey last made contact June 26 from Copper Mountain area
Terry Lacey is familiar with the mountains, and a good horseman. Photo contributed

An Okanagan woman is asking for help in her desperate search for her ex-husband, who last communicated with family June 26, 2022, from an area around Copper Mountain near Princeton.

Terry Lacey was traveling alone, said Sherry Lacey.

“There was talk of him going into the bush but nobody has heard from him.”

Lacey is 6’ 2” tall, 180 pounds, has blue eyes and grey blonde hair. He wears glasses and was driving a camper truck.

Sherry said she has no idea what might have befallen Terry.

“(In the last) talk he said he couldn’t get rid of bears around his camp.”

Sherry said Terry is an avid horseman. “He’s very good in the mountains, with horses where we used to run a business taking tourists back into the Rockies for 20 mile hikes with pack horses. (He’s) brilliant at computers.”

The couple shares two children, and two grandchildren.

“We’ve been divorced a long time but have been good friends for 38 years.”

Anyone with information about Terry’s whereabouts is asked to call their local police detachment, as a police report has been filed and circulated province wide.

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Lacey last contacted family on June 26. Image contributed

Andrea DeMeer

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