UPDATE: Man who went missing at the end of August found deceased

NowMedia Staff | October 12, 2021 in Vernon

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(UPDATE: Oct. 12 @ 2:50 pm) – Edgar "Bradley" Raglan was last seen in Enderby on Aug. 19.

Unfortunately Raglan has been located, deceased.

"The Vernon North Okanagan RCMP offers our sincerest condolences to Mr. Raglan's family and friends during this incredibly difficult time," states Cst. Chris Terleski.

On Monday, Sept. 13, RCMP's investigation led them to a rural area where the deceased was found shortly after 9 pm.

Vernon North Okanagan RCMP are not considering this death suspicious.

The BC Coroners Service will be conducting an independent investigation to determine how, when, where and by what means led to this unexpected death.

Neither agency has additional information to release at this time.

(Original Story: Aug. 26 @ 10:50 am) – The North Okanagan RCMP is hoping the public can help locate a missing 45-year-old man.

Brad Raglan was last seen in Enderby on Thursday, Aug. 19, and all efforts to locate him have been unsuccessful so far.

Photo Credit: RCMP
Brad Raglan

“Police, friends and family are concerned for his well-being,” explained an RCMP release.

Raglan is described as a 5’10”, 232 lbs Caucasian man with a shaved head and blue eyes.

He’s believed to be driving a four-door, extended-cab 2009 Ford F-150 that is white in colour and has BC plates JB0946.

Photo Credit: RCMP
Brad's truck

Anyone with information on Raglan’s whereabouts is urged to contact their local police.

You can also submit tips anonymously through Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-222-8477.

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