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UPDATE: North Saanich man still missing

Roderic Paul Maynard, 54, hasn
Roderic Paul Maynard, 54, hasn't been seen since Jan. 28. Sidney North Saanich RCMP hope the public will help locate him.
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RCMP are still looking for a North Saanich man who hasn't been seen since Feb. 14. Roderic Paul Maynard, 54, hasn't been seen since 10:45 a.m. on Jan. 28 when a friend drove him from his residence on Sandpiper Close to the Swartz Bay ferry terminal. He was reported missing by family and friends on Feb. 14.

Maynard is 5'11'’, 220 pounds with short white-grey hair and brown eyes. He was planning on walking onto a ferry and left his vehicle at home.

Police say there is no indication at this time that foul play is involved. Family and friends are quite concerned about Maynard’s disappearance and urge him to contact them or the closest police station if he gets this message. Anyone with any information regarding Maynard's whereabouts or his disappearance, please contact their closest police force or Sidney North Saanich RCMP at 250-656-3931.
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