Nanaimo police searching for missing man

Police looking for Andre Goguen, missing since Jan. 21. - Photo submitted
Police looking for Andre Goguen, missing since Jan. 21.
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Police hope the public can help them find Andre Goguen, 58, of Nanaimo who has not been seen since Jan. 21.

Goguen was known to regularly go for a two-hour walk and return home.

Nanaimo RCMP were called by Goguen's roommate after he had did not turn up for more than a day after failing to return from one of his outings. He also frequented the 7-10 Breakfast Club on Fitzwilliam Street, the 7-Eleven store at the Townsite Road and Terminal Avenue intersection and stores at Terminal Park Mall, but has not been seen by staff at those locations since he went missing, police said.

Goguen, has no medical issues or addictions and did not take any of his belongings with him. He has limited funds and no vehicle.

Goguen is Caucasian, 5'7", 130 pounds and has long frizzy grey hair and a curly grey beard. He was last seen wearing a blue fleece-lined denim jacket and a red vest.

Any with information about Goguen is asked to call Nanaimo RCMP at 250-754-2345 or contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or online

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