Updated: Missing Ponoka man found safe

RCMP are looking for this man. Contributed photo

Ponoka RCMP say they have found Pierre Justin Saddleback safe.

Police asked for the public’s help in finding Saddleback, 29, on Jan. 14. He had last been seen in Ponoka four days earlier.

It was thought he might have travelled to the Wetaskiwin area.



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