Castlegar RCMP are investigating a report of a missing person. 25-year-old Lyle LAMONT was last seen yesterday (Sunday

MISSING: Have you seen Lyle LAMONT?

25-year-old Lyle Lamont left family home early Sunday, July 14 stating he was going for a walk.

Castlegar RCMP are investigating a report of a missing person.  25-year-old Lyle Lamont was last seen yesterday (Sunday, July 14) at approximately 5:30 a.m. He left the family home stating he was going for a walk and has not been seen since.

Friends and family have been out searching, as well as Castlegar Search and Rescue but as of this time no sightings or contact have been had with him.

Lamont was last seen wearing a blue striped hoodie and blue jeans.

He is about 6 feet tall and weighs approximately 180 pounds. He has blond hair that is cut very short and blue eyes.  RCMP  have no reason at this point to believe foul play is involved in Lamont’s disappearance.

He has a world map tattoo on one forearm (believed to be his left) that wraps around his whole arm, and on the inside of his other arm he has a grenade and the name “Lamont” in black.

Anyone with information on Lamont’s whereabouts is asked to contact the Castlegar RCMP at (250)365-7721

 

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