RCMP renew calls for help in locating missing N.B. man
Police have released a more recent photo of Roger Colepaugh, taken in 2010, in an effort to locate him.
Published Thursday, December 13, 2012 1:14PM AST
Last Updated Thursday, December 13, 2012 1:16PM AST
Police are renewing their calls for help in locating a 49-year-old New Brunswick man who disappeared last month.
Roger Colepaugh was last seen by his family on Nov. 8 at a home in Upper Derby.
His family has not seen or heard from him since then and say it is out of character for him to disappear.
Colepaugh was spotted later that day on a surveillance camera at a banking machine in Fredericton at the corner of Queen and Carleton streets.
Police confirm Colepaugh has not accessed his bank accounts since Nov. 8 and has not crossed into the United States at any manned border crossing in New Brunswick.
"We are also asking the public to keep an eye out for the black 2010 Mazda pickup truck that Roger Colepaugh owns," says Cpl. Chuck Plaxton of Blackville RCMP.
"Finding his truck may help police get a better indication of where he might be because at this time neither his family nor police have any idea where he may be."
Colepaugh was last seen wearing a black, down-filled jacket, jeans, black work boots and a grey leather ball cap.
He is six-foot-one and weighs about 190 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes.
Anyone with information about Colepaugh’s whereabouts is asked to contact their local police or District 6 RCMP in Blackville at 1-888-506-RCMP (7267).
Police are asking the public to keep an eye out for a black 2010 Mazda pickup truck owned by Roger Colepaugh.
Police have released a new photo of Roger Colepaugh, taken from surveillance video at a banking machine at the corner of Queen and Carleton streets in Fredericton.