Columbia Valley RCMP ask for help finding a missing man Martin Baker and his dog

A 55-year-old Wilmer man has been reported missing after he did not return from walking his dog yesterday

Columbia Valley Search and Rescue (CVSAR) ask for the public’s help in finding a missing man and his dog.

Martin Baker and his Pitbull cross, named Rosty, was last seen at his home in Wilmer on Tuesday, September 2, at 8 a.m. The duo was going on a walk. Usually, it lasts an hour.

The RCMP was reached in the afternoon when Martin and Rusty failed to return home. RCMP has activated CVSAR, and a search commenced throughout the evening yesterday. The investigation, which involved support from Cranbrook SAR and Kimberely SAR, is still in place.

Description of Martin Baker:

  • Caucasian man
  • 55 years old
  • 5 foot, six inches
  • brown hair
  • blue eyes

Last time Baker was seen, he was wearing a pair of blue jeans, a dark coloured baseball cap and glasses.

Investigators are probing a potential sighting of a dog near Bruce Creek Forest Service Road.

If you believe you may have seen Baker and his dog or have any information that could help with the search, please, contact the Columbia valley RCMP at 250-342-9292 or their local police.

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