Search ongoing for missing man

Cranbrook RCMP continue the search for the 74-year-old Cranbrook man missing since Thursday morning.

Cranbrook RCMP continue to investigate the disappearance of Gordon Rice on Aug. 20. This is a photos of Rice's pewter coloured 2009 GMC extended cab pickup with B.C. licence plate FJ1295 from security video on the same day.

Cranbrook RCMP continue to investigate the disappearance of Gordon Rice on Aug. 20. This is a photos of Rice's pewter coloured 2009 GMC extended cab pickup with B.C. licence plate FJ1295 from security video on the same day.

Cranbrook RCMP continue the search for the 74-year-old Cranbrook man missing since Thursday morning.

Acting Sgt. Scott Milliken said police are continuing to look for leads on the disappearance of Gordon Rice.

Neither Rice, nor his truck have been located.

“We had Search and Rescue, over the weekend, fly over the area here and they found nothing,” he said.

Milliken said there has been nothing to indicate the disappearance looks suspicious — in the way of an abduction.

Police are looking at things like credit cards to see if there have been any recent purchases or activity since he’d gone missing.

Rice was last seen driving his pewter coloured 2009 GMC extended cab pickup  truck with a B.C. licence plate of FJ1295.

The information has been circulated to Southern Alberta and Southeastern B.C.

Milliken said if members of the public see anything that may have a connection to this missing person case, call Crimestoppers immediately at 1-800-222-8477.