Donovan Roloson, 32, was reported missing to Nanaimo RCMP but may be in the Victoria area. (Courtesy of VicPD)

Missing man may be in Greater Victoria

Police seek public’s help finding 32-year-old Donovan Roloson

Police have located 32-year-old Donovan Roloson after a public plea for help.

According to Nanaimo RCMP, Roloson maintained regular contact with friends but wasn’t heard from since Jan. 22. He was reported missing Jan. 29.

In a statement, RCMP say “this marked departure of his behaviour is out of character for him, which has his friends and family extremely worried for his safety and well-being.”

Roloson is a Caucasian man standing five-foot-nine and weighing about 145 pounds. He has blonde hair and hazel eyes and is believed to be wearing an orange jacket, blue jeans and runners. He was reported missing in Nanaimo but was located in Greater Victoria.

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