POLICE – Lorne Hamer-Jackson has been located safe and sound

Lorne Hamer-Jackson.

A Kamloops man who had been missing for three days has been found safe.

Kamloops RCMP released a statement at close to midnight on Tuesday (June 18, 2019) that Lorne Hamer-Jackson had been located.

The 57-year-old Hamer-Jackson went missing Saturday evening. Details of how and where he was found have not been released.

He was believed to have been driving a black 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt when he left his home on the weekend.

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2 Comments on POLICE – Lorne Hamer-Jackson has been located safe and sound

  1. Glad to hear you are safe, Hamer. You were one of the best rugby players NorKam ever saw.

    Pierce Graham

  2. Linda Candido // June 19, 2019 at 3:42 PM // Reply

    Thank God he has been found, prayers were answered for the family… 🙏❤

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