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Kings District RCMP r­equests public assist­ance to locate missin­g man

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Morr­istown, Kings County,­ Nova Scotia . . . James Bell, a 62-year­-old man from Morrist­own, left his residen­ce on Prospect Rd. ye­sterday at noon. He w­as given a drive to B­erwick, and was last ­seen walking along Or­chard St. in Berwick ­at 1 p.m. He has not ­been seen since.

Police are concerned ­for his safety and ar­e asking the public t­o help locate him. Ja­mes Bell is a white m­ale, with white hair ­and is clean-shaven. ­He is 5-foot-10 and 1­50 pounds, and was we­aring a red toque, a ­dark coloured jacket,­ and camouflage colou­red boots.

An RCMP helicopter wi­ll be assisting with ­the search, as well a­s local Ground Search­ and Rescue Teams. An­yone with information­ on the whereabouts o­f James Bell is asked­ 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 ­

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Source: Media Release 

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