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Colwood resident missing, last seen in downtown Victoria

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John 'Jack' O'Dwyer was last seen in Colwood on Wednesday, Jan. 15 and last spotted downtown on Thursday, Jan. 16. West Shore RCMP are looking for information to help locate the 40-year-old.
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West Shore RCMP are asking for assistance in locating Colwood resident John "Jack" O'Dwyer, who was last seen Thursday, Jan. 16 in downtown Victoria.

O'Dwyer has been showing signs of memory loss and confusion lately and is new to the area. He was last seen at his Colwood home on Wednesday at about 4 p.m. The police investigation has revealed O'Dwyer was seen near Paul's Motor Inn in Victoria on Thursday.

At 40 years old, with grey hair, balding, O'Dwyer is approximately 5 feet, seven inches tall and 130 pounds. He was last seen wearing jeans, a puffy red jacket and a baseball cap. He has a slight accent.

West Shore RCMP are asking anyone with any information on the location of O'Dwyer to call the detachment at 250-474-2264, or their local police department.

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