Police searching for missing Midway man

The Midway RCMP is requesting the public's assistance in locating Matthew STRAUME

  • Aug. 17, 2015 5:00 p.m.

Matt Straume

The Midway RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating Matthew STRAUME (DOB: 1976-01-07) who was last seen around 10:30am onThursday August 13th near Greenwood, BC. STRAUME was planning

on taking his ATV from Greenwood to Beaverdell, BC, using forest service roads, but did not arrive in Beaverdell and has not been heard from since. STRAUME is described as being approximately 5’8 tall, 170lbs, stubble on his face, with short, curly brown hair. The ATV is red, unknown make or model. If anyone sees or hears from STRAUME it is requested that the Midway RCMP be contacted at 250-449-2244.

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