Parksville man missing

Donald Catterall has not been seen by family since May 31

Donald Catterall hasn’t been seen by his family since the end of May.

Oceanside RCMP have put out a call for information about the whereabouts of a Parksville man who hasn’t been seen since the end of May.

Corporal Jesse Foreman reported Friday that 48-year- old Donald Catterall has not been seen since May 31st.

“His family is concerned for his safety and would like the public to be on the lookout for him,” Foreman said.

Catterall is described as a Caucasian man, five feet, 11 inches tall with very short, grey hair and missing bottom teeth. He has a moustache and possibly a scruffy beard.

A heavy smoker, Catterall drives a 1998, green Ford pickup truck, with B.C. license number EA6697.

“If you have seen Donald, or have any information that could lead police to his whereabouts, please call the Oceanside RCMP at 250- 248-6111 or Crime Stoppers at 1(800)222-8477.



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