Perform random acts of kindness in the name of missing Campbell River teen Jordan Holling

The family of Campbell River’s Jordan Holling has launched a new tactic in their search for the missing teenager.

Holling went missing on Oct. 16 after leaving a friend’s house on 16th ave. in Campbell River to walk to his nearby home between 1 and 2 a.m. Police and family members have been searching for him ever since, launching a Facebook page as well as distributing posters throughout the Island and even as far away as Alberta.

To keep the search for Holling in the public eye, the family has launched a new effort call the Random Act of Kindness project. To participate, the family is asking the public to print off an information card and hand it out to people while doing an act of kindness in Holling’s name.

You can access the handout by visiting the MISSING: JORDAN ALEXANDER HOLLING Facebook page. Just print it off on card stock and then you can hand it out whenever you do something for someone.

Holling is described as being 179 cm (5’-11”) and 66 kg (145 lbs). He has shaggy brown hair, wears glasses and was last seen wearing a grey long sleeved sweat shirt, black pants and black and red shoes.

If you have any information or know the whereabouts of Jordan Holling, contact the police immediately (911 or the detachment office at 250-286-6221).

If you wish to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

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