Update on missing person Daniel Crossley

Search continues for missing 18-year-old Slocan youth

The Kootenay Boundary Regional Detachment has issued an update regarding the investigation into the disappearance of 18-year-old Daniel Crossley.

Police have interviewed a number of people in the Slocan community in an attempt to locate Crossley.

It appears Crossley was last seen near the skateboard park between 7 p.m. – 7:45 p.m. on Tuesday, April 23 headed in the general direction of the “Rails to Trail” pathway.

This area was searched the day after he disappeared with negative results.

On Saturday, April 27 a group of people in the community conducted a door to door search which again did not yield positive results.

In addition, a number of abandoned mines and cabins in the area have been searched.

When Crossley disappeared he was reported to be wearing a purple shirt, black jeans, green jacket and black shoes.

Crossley left home with no wallet or identification. Anyone who may have seen him hitch-hiking or walking on the trail or roadway is asked to call their local RCMP.

 

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