Red Deer RCMP are hoping to find Jason Wayne Douglas Burk who was reported missing. (Photo contributed)

Red Deer man reported missing

Anyone with information can contact Red Deer RCMP

Red Deer RCMP are calling on the public’s assistance to find a missing 34-year-old man.

Police said Jason Wayne Douglas Burk was reported missing on Feb. 25, and last made contact with his family on Feb. 20.

His family and police are concerned for Burk’s well-being. He also goes by the name Jamie Robinson.

Burk is described as five foot nine, 198 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. He has a tattoo that reads “ftw” on his right hand, one that says “Mikayla” on his left shoulder, and another with the word “carebear” on his chest.

Anyone with information about Burk’s location, or who has been in contact with him, is asked to contact Red Deer RCMP at 403-343-5575.



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