Ucluelet police released this photo of Ian Raymund Wedge on Monday and are asking for the public’s assistance in locating him. (Photo - RCMP)

Ucluelet police searching for missing man

Ucluelet police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating a missing 29-year-old.

Ucluelet police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating a missing 29-year-old.

Ian Raymund Wedge has been travelling throughout B.C. since June, but his family has not heard from him since he told them he was in the Ucluelet area in November, according to a statement released by the RCMP on Monday morning.

“WEDGE has been living a nomadic lifestyle, sleeping in the back of his truck, and moving around to find work. As such, it is unclear if he is still in the Ucluelet area or has moved on,” the statement reads.

Wedge is believed to be associated with a blue 1991 Chevrolet pickup—Alta licence plate BZX3148—and is travelling with a black dog named ‘Gus.’

He is described as 6’2”, 185 pounds, with black hair and green eyes and is of Caucasian and Filipino descent.

Anyone who believes they have seen Wedge, or has information about his whereabouts must immediately contact the Ucluelet RCMP at 250-726-7773.



andrew.bailey@westerlynews.ca

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