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Calgary police are asking for the general public’s assist in finding a person who went lacking within the Turner Valley space on Thursday.
Stanley Stooshinoff, 68, was seen leaving his residence on Wednesday round 11 a.m. He was thought to have gone mountain climbing within the Turner Valley or Sheep River Provincial Park.
On Thursday morning, RCMP discovered his inexperienced Hyundai Tucson parked on the Sandy McNabb campground, southwest of Turner Valley.
CPS and the RCMP have been looking out the realm however haven’t been capable of find Stooshinoff.
Stooshinoff is 5’8″ and 160 kilos, with a medium construct, white hair and brown eyes. When he was final seen, he was carrying darkish denims, a inexperienced and brown plaid shirt with a black t-shirt beneath. He could also be carrying black footwear or mountain climbing boots and carrying a camouflage backpack. Police say he was additionally carrying a spherical medallion constituted of deer antler with a tin cross on it.
Anybody with info is requested to name the CPS non-emergency line at 403-266-1234.