RCMP locate missing Vernon man

On Friday, Tyler Vickers was reported missing and he had not been seen since Dec. 7.

Vernon RCMP are seeking information on Tyler Vickers.

UPDATE: Vernon RCMP report Tuesday morning that Tyler Vickers has been located.


Public assistance is sought to locate a missing Vernon man.

On Friday, Tyler Vickers was reported missing and he had not been seen since Dec. 7.

He is described as a Caucasian male, five-foot-eight and 130 pounds, with shaved brown hair and blue eyes. He has several tattoos including the word Brewer on the back shoulder and Mob on the back of his neck. He is also said to have a star on his left hand between thumb and index finger.

Anyone with information on Vickers is asked to contact the RCMP at 250-545-7171 or Crime Stoppers.




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