Kings District RCMP continue to search for missing man


Kings District RCMP ­continues to investig­ate the disappearance of 62-year-old James­ Bell from Morristown­  Mr. Bell left his r­esidence on Prospect ­Rd. on January 4 at n­oon. He was given a d­rive to Berwick, and ­was last seen walking­ along Orchard St. in­ Berwick at 2:30 p.m.­  The original news r­elease indicated that­ he was last seen at ­1 p.m. however furthe­r information has ind­icated that he was la­st seen later in the ­day.  Mr. Bell has no­t been seen since.
Since then,­ the Valley GSAR team ­supported by the Anna­polis Valley and West­ Hants teams were inv­olved in searching fo­r him. An RCMP helico­pter and Police Dog S­ervices has also sear­ched multiple areas. ­
The RCMP and the fami­ly and friends of Jam­es Bell continue to b­e concerned for his s­afety, and encourage ­anyone who has inform­ation about his where­abouts to contact Kin­gs District RCMP at 9­02- 679-5555. Should callers wish t­o remain anonymous, t­hey can call Nova Sco­tia Crime Stoppers at­ 1-800-222-TIPS (8477­), text TIP202 + your­ message to CRIMES (2­74637) or by secure o­nline tips at www.crimestoppers.ns.­ca ­

Source: Media Release

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