The Williams Lake RCMP are asking the public's assistance in locating Sherwood Henry

Williams Lake Deni House resident Sherwood Henry, 69, found: RCMP

Williams Lake RCMP report that Sherwood Henry has been returned home safely to Deni House.

  • Nov. 23, 2012 1:00 p.m.

WIthin less than an hour of requesting the assistance of the public in locating Sherwood Henry, a resident of Williams Lake, the RCMP say Henry has been returned safely to Deni House.

Mr. Henry, failed to return to his home at Deni House last evening Nov. 23 . He is described as: Caucasian male, 69 years old, 5”10” and 160 lbs. He normally wears a brown felt cowboy hat and uses a cane.

Henry usually spends his days in the Boitanio Park and the Stampede grounds visiting. He is frail and the RCMP were concerned for his well being.

 

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