Vernon RCMP seek man missing from facility

Fraser Gerrard was last seen on Nov. 19. Police are asking the public to help locate him

Fraser Gerrard has been missing from a Vernon medical facility since Nov. 19.

Vernon RCMP are searching for a man who left a Vernon medical facility Nov. 19 without completing his treatment.

Police are concerned for Fraser Gerrard’s safety and are requesting the public’s assistance in locating him so that he can receive the necessary medical attention.

“Inquiries have been conducted at all locations where Fraser has been known to frequent and, to date, he has not been located,” said Vernon RCMP Const. Jocelyn Noseworthy.

Gerrard, 25, is Caucasian, approximately six-foot-1 with slight build, brown eyes and brown hair. He was last seen wearing a beige winter jacket with a hood.

Anyone with any information about Fraser Gerrard or his current whereabouts is asked to call the nearest RCMP detachment.



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