North Saanich man found, say police

54-year-old Gordon Henderson of North Saanich has been found after being reported missing Oct. 1

Police are asking for the public's help in locating Gordon Henderson of North Saanich

A 54-year-old North Saanich man has been found alive and safe after being reported missing by his family on Monday, Oct. 1.

Police earlier in the week had enlisted the public’s help to try to find find Gordon Henderson.

By Wednesday afternoon, Sidney North Saanich RCMP had reported that Henderson has been found alive and his family was on their way to meet with him. Further details about the disappearance were not given.

Henderson went missing Monday and was believed to have been in the area of the Saanich Peninsula at the time.

Cpl. Kevin Day of the RCMP stated in a media release Tuesday that the disappearance was out of character for Henderson.

Sgt. Wayne Conley of the RCMP said Wednesday that they appreciate the work of area media and the public in getting the word out.

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