Updated: Police searching for missing Whistler man | Squamish Chief

Updated: Police searching for missing Whistler man

Police believe 29-year-old Jordan Clarke might be in the areas of Whistler, Pemberton or Lillooet

****Updated Nov. 8: Whistler RCMP tell The Chief that Clarke was found and is safe and sound. Police could not release any more information at this time.


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Whistler police are searching for a missing man who was last seen yesterday, according to a release.

Whistler RCMP received the report at about 6:45 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 6 of a man who had gone missing from his resort home. Jordan Clarke, 29, was last seen driving his white Toyota Tundra pickup truck, with B.C. licence plate CN 9702. Police said his truck may have a camouflage "Dakine" bike pad over the tailgate.

He is described as white, approximately 6-1 tall, with a slim build, blue eyes, short, light brown hair and a short trimmed beard. He was last seen wearing a blue puffy jacket, grey hoodie, black pants and black bike shoes.

Police believe at this time that Clarke may be in the Whistler, Pemberton or Lillooet areas, including the Forest Service Roads.

Anyone who may have seen Clarke or his vehicle is asked to call Whistler RCMP at 604-932-3044, or your local police station.

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Source: Whistler RCMP

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