RCMP looking for missing Clinton man

Tony Caron of Clinton was last seen June 7 at his residence. His red Jeep Cherokee is also missing.

  • Jun. 11, 2014 8:00 p.m.

Tony Caron

The Clinton RCMP are seeking the public’s assistance in locating Tony Caron, reported as a missing person.

Caron was last seen by family on the afternoon of Saturday, June 7 at his residence. Caron’s vehicle, a red 1994 Jeep Cherokee bearing BC license plate 322TMG, is also missing.

Caron was last seen wearing blue cargo pants, black work boots, and a green sweater. Caron is caucasian, 6 feet tall and 155 pounds. Caron’s disappearance is highly unusual.

Anyone with information regarding Caron’s whereabouts is asked to contact the Clinton RCMP at 250-459-2221.


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