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No update on missing White Rock man

The whereabouts of a White Rock man who was reported missing more than a month ago remain a mystery.

Revelstoke RCMP confirmed last week that no further trace of David Anthony Klammer has been found since his 2003 Subaru Impreza was located on Nov. 5.

Klammer, 39, was reported missing by his family on Oct. 21, 13 days after he left his parents' home in Saskatchewan. He was headed home to White Rock, but never arrived.

On Oct. 26, a backpack belonging to Klammer was found in the bush on a logging road known as Twelve Mile.

Banking records show he was in Penticton, Vernon, Kelowna and Princeton prior to the missing report; his last known location was Oct. 19 in Revelstoke.

He is described as a Caucasian man, 188 cm tall (6'2"), 89 kg (196 lb), with brown hair and blue eyes.

 

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