Campbell River Search and Rescue to be called in to search for Kelly McLeod

If you come across a groundsearch team tomorrow, listen to them.

Campbell River RCMP are looking for information on the whereabouts of Kelly Mcleod, who was last seen in the Campbellton area. Photo provided

A groundsearch mounted by Search and Rescue on Saturday for missing Campbell River man Kelly McLeod turned up no new information, RCMP confirm.

McLeod has been missing since Oct. 7.

“Search and Rescue will be covering areas Mr. McLeod was known to have visited regularly or camped in hopes of learning more information,” Const. Maury Tyre said Friday. “We ask that if members of the public come in contact with search teams that they cooperate with them to prevent contamination of areas they are searching.”

McLeod is a caucasian male in his 50s with black and grey unkempt shoulder-length hair and stands about 5’5” with a slight build. He is often seen riding a bicycle towing a trailer.

RCMP ask that anyone with information on where McLeod may be contact the Campbell River detachment at 250-286-6221.

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