Kevin Muchikekwanape, 44, was reported missing on Feb. 23. Police said on March 5 that he’d been located. Photo courtesy Campbell River RCMP

UPDATE: Campbell River police say 44-year-old man located

Kevin Muchikekwanape was reported missing on Feb. 23

Update: Campbell River RCMP spokesperson Cpl. Ron Vlooswyk said in a March 5 media release that the “male who was reported missing on February 28, 2019 has been located.” No other details were released.

This followed a Feb. 28 media release from police asking for help from the public in locating 44-year-old Kevin Muchikekwanape.

Police are asking for help from the public in locating a missing person.

Kevin Muchikekwanape, 44, was last seen in Campbell River on Feb. 20 and reported missing on Feb. 23, according to an RCMP media release.

Police say that Muchikekwanape has only a few acquaintances in Campbell River, and that he moved here in December with his girlfriend, a long-time local resident.

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He’s described as five-foot-eleven and 122 pounds with hazel eyes. He has very short black hair and is almost bald.

Police say he’s reported to have “little money, no vehicle and has no belongings with him.”

Anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to contact local police. Campbell River RCMP can be reached at 250-286-6221.

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