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'We love him': Friends, RCMP worried over missing Pemberton man

Graeme Alexander Ferguson hasn't been seen since April 1, although his personal belongings have since been found and turned into police

Whistler RCMP is asking for the public’s help in the search for missing man Graeme Alexander Ferguson.

The 49-year-old Scottish native was last seen at 1:30 p.m. on April 1 at the Gateway Bus Loop in Whistler Village. He was reported missing April 14. 

Ferguson is described as Caucasian, bald, with blue eyes. He is 5-10 (178 centimetres) in height, and weighs 175 lbs (79 kilograms). 

He was last seen wearing a black vest, a plaid brown and orange shirt, black snow pants and hiking boots

Ferguson has lived in Pemberton for three years. Concerned friends told Pique he was supposed to take a bus to the Tsawwassen ferry terminal on his way to Victoria, but they don’t believe he ever did. They noted he was given a ride from Pemberton to Whistler in order to catch the bus.

Friends became extremely concerned for Ferguson's well-being when someone found his personal belongings and posted them to the Whistler Winter Facebook group several days ago. His passport, ID and credit card were all in the bag that was found. The items have been turned into the RCMP.

Ferguson hasn’t been active on social media since April 1, according to friends.

“We just want him to get his things back and him to be safe,” a friend told Pique. “We love him.”



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