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Mounties looking for missing Nanaimo man

Gordon David Krompocker - Photo contributed
Gordon David Krompocker
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Police are asking the public to help find a Nanaimo man missing since December.

Gordon David Krompocker, 35, was reported missing by his family on Jan. 4.

Krompocker's parents told police they learned in late December their son was having personal issues and he has not been seen or heard from since Dec. 29.

Repeated calls to his cellphone and messages posted to his Facebook account have gone unanswered.

He was working full-time at a fast food business and has not contacted his employer.

Krompocker also disappeared six months ago, but after several weeks contacted his family from Halifax.

He tends to use shelters and prior to his disappearance was living at the the Salvation Army New Hope Centre on Nicol Street.

Krompocker has medical issues that require medication.

He is approachable and is described as Caucasian, approximately 5' 10", with a slim build, light brown hair and hazel eyes. He has no tattoos or visible scars.

People who might know of Krompocker's whereabouts are requested to ask him to call home and let his parents or friends know he is safe.

Anyone with information about Krompocker is asked to call Nanaimo RCMP at 250-754-2345 or contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or online at www.nanaimocrimestoppers.com.

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