Missing male Schroff found safe and sound

The Kootenay Boundary Regional RCMP are pleased to announce the Mr. Schroff has been located safe and sound.

  • Sep. 20, 2013 11:00 a.m.

RCMP

The Kootenay Boundary Regional RCMP are pleased to announce the Mr. Schroff has been located safe and sound. At approximately 8:50 AM this morning the RCMP received a call from his sister advising he heard the announcement on the radio and called to say he was safe. He reported that he had been camping, out of cell range, and had vehicle trouble. He was able to fix his vehicle and make it to Grand Forks. He was planning on continuing his journey to Spokane. The RCMP would also like to remind people that to advise family or friends of their travel plans and or camping location in the event unforeseen incidents such as this occur.

Scroff, who is 55 years-old, was reported missing on Sept. 13.

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