Whitehorse man missing

Twenty-three-year old James Allan Hunziker has been missing for more than two weeks. The RCMP has exhausted its search and is now asking for the…

Twenty-three-year old James Allan Hunziker has been missing for more than two weeks.

The RCMP has exhausted its search and is now asking for the public’s help in finding the Whitehorse man, who was last seen on December 29.

“I don’t know where Mr. Hunziker was last seen, but I can say he was last seen by a family member who reported it to the police,” said Whitehorse detachment spokesperson Grant MacDonald on Wednesday.

“We have nothing that leads us to believe that anything suspicious in nature or anything bad has happened to (him).”

The RCMP is not releasing other facts about Hunziker, like whether he was employed or not, because that information forms part of the investigation, said MacDonald.

Hunziker stands five feet six inches tall with a slender build and weighs about 143 pounds.

He is Caucasian with blue eyes and blond hair and was last seen wearing a blue fleece jacket and black pants.

The RCMP is asking anyone with information on Hunziker or his whereabouts to call the Whitehorse detachment at 667-5555 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS. (LC)

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