VicPD has safely located Kenny Anderson, 41, after he was reported missing Feb. 22. (Victoria Police Department)

UPDATED: Victoria police locate missing man known to also frequent Vancouver

Kenny Anderson reported missing Feb. 22

The Victoria Police Department has safely located Kenneth ‘Kenny’ Anderson after he was reported missing on Feb. 22.

Anderson is described as a 41-year-old Indigenous man standing six-foot-one, 180 pounds with a slim build.

Anderson has shoulder-length dark hair. He is often unshaven with a mustache. He is known to spend time in downtown Victoria and also to travel to Vancouver.

Anyone with information on missing persons can call the police non-emergency line at 250-995-7654. To report anonymously, call Greater Victoria Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

READ ALSO: VicPD officer gets 20-day suspension after lying to supervisors

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