Lacking particular person discovered useless at Fort St. James – Coast Mountain Information

Fort St. James Search and Rescue helped find 28-year-old Janos Joseph, who was found dead on November 29th. (Fort St. James Search and Rescue Facebook photo)Janos Joseph was reported missing on Sunday November 21st (Fort St. James RCMP Handout)Janos Joseph was reported missing on Sunday November 21st (Fort St. James RCMP Handout)

UPDATE 5:30 p.m.

RCMP at Fort St. James confirms Janos Joseph was found dead by Search and Rescue late Monday afternoon.

On Facebook, Ruby Prince thanked everyone who helped her find her cousin.

“The pain is unbearable,” she wrote. “The consolation only comes when you know that it will be found.”

ORIGINAL STORY: The search for Janos Joseph continues in Fort St. James.

Fort St. James Search and Rescue announced on Facebook that it will be active and searching on Sunday November 28th.

The 28-year-old Yekooche First Nation man has not been seen since November 20.

“Joseph was last seen in the ward, but despite efforts to locate him, he is still missing,” Fort St. James told RCMP in a press release.

“The police and family are concerned for his well-being.”

A community search began on Monday, November 29th at 10:00 a.m. in the Sana’aih Market.

Continue reading: The search for the missing Yekooche man, last seen at Fort St. James, continues

Nak’azdli Whut’en First Nation, which is next to Fort St. James, is supporting the search.

“If you see people looking in your garden or smokehouse, it’s just some of the Nak’azdli Emergency Operations volunteers,” Nak’azdli Whut’en wrote on Facebook, urging the landowners to check their sheds as well.

Family members have asked on social media that anyone can be contacted with information.

Joseph’s cousin Ruby Prince said her mind was constantly racing with myriad thoughts.

“So grateful for everyone who searches and searches,” wrote Prince on Facebook.

“I don’t know what to do next. We have to find him. Please, if you have seen him or know something, get in touch. “

Joseph is described as an indigenous man, six feet tall, with a slim build, brown eyes and black hair. His family said he usually wore a ball cap.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Fort St. James RCMP at 250-996-8269.

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