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Missing White Rock man's car, backpack found in Revelstoke

David Anthony Klammer. Below, his car, a white 2003 Subaru Impreza. - Contributed photos
David Anthony Klammer. Below, his car, a white 2003 Subaru Impreza.
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Searchers are looking for a missing White Rock man in the Twelve Mile area south of Revelstoke after his car was discovered there Monday.

David Anthony Klammer, 39, left his parents' home in Saskatchewan on Oct. 8. He was driving his white 2003 Subaru Impreza. He was headed back home to White Rock, but never arrived.

His family reported him missing 13 days later on Oct. 21.

Five days later, a backpack that RCMP believe belongs to Klammer was found in the bush on a logging road known as Twelve Mile, Revelstoke RCMP said in a statement issued Tuesday evening.

2003 Subaru ImprezaPolice said Klammer's vehicle was found the day before, parked "on the logging road at the end of the 'Twelve Mile.'"

The RCMP brought in an aircraft to search the area but didn't find Klammer.

On Tuesday Revelstoke RCMP and search and rescue began a ground search.

Klammer is a white male, 188 cm tall (6'2"), 89 kg (196 lb), and has brown hair with blue eyes. RCMP said David could be wearing a brown leather jacket.

RCMP are seeking any assistance. If you've seen Klammer, his car or have any information, please call the Revelstoke RCMP at 250-837-5255.

– Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Times Review

 

 

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