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The Squamish RCMP and search and rescue (SAR) teams from around the region continue to search for a missing 15-year-old boy.
Richie Stelmack was last seen when he went to bed around 10 pm on Tuesday at his home in the 40000 block of The Crescent in the Garibaldi Highlands.
He was reported missing to the Squamish RCMP at 7:20 am Wednesday morning.
"We are asking anyone who is in the community of Squamish, not just the Highlands, to take a look into your backyard, garages, sheds, treehouses, playgrounds, wooded areas, shorelines, and any other area Richie could have gone,” said Sgt. Sascha Banks.
"We want to make sure we provide SAR the space to conduct their high level searches today and we will be requesting assistance from the public (Friday).”
Squamish SAR will be requesting the communities assistance in searching for Richie Stelmack tomorrow morning, Friday, September 24th, at 10:00 am at Quest University soccer field please check back for a portal on what to bring, parking, & details. @SquamishSAR— Squamish RCMP (@SquamishRCMP) September 23, 2021
The public search will kick off at 10 am today at the Quest University soccer field.
Richie is described as 5’5”, 100 lbs with brown hair and brown eyes.
He went to bed on Tuesday wearing a long-sleeve red shirt with RVCA on the front and brown plaid pajama pants.
The RCMP is asking anyone in the Garibaldi Heights area of Squamish to check their surveillance video, trail cameras or dash cameras for any relevant footage between 10 pm Tuesday and 7 am Wednesday.
Anyone with any information should immediately notify the Squamish RCMP by calling 604-892-6100.
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