RCMP on the lookout for missing Langford man

Kenneth (Ken) Hooper, 34, went missing on July 31. He is described as five foot six inches, 150 pounds, with short dark brown hair.

Kenneth Hooper has been missing from his Langford home since July 31. He is known to camp in areas throughout Greater Victoria and is without the medication he needs to take regularly.

A Langford man is missing and the West Shore RCMP are looking for any information anyone might have on his whereabouts.

Kenneth (Ken) Hooper, 34, went missing on July 31. He is described as five foot six inches, 150 pounds, with short dark brown hair.

Hooper is known to frequent many locations in Greater Victoria and he is known to camp. His tent is missing from his house.

A friend of Hooper’s reports seeing him on Aug. 2 in downtown Victoria, though this is the last sighting.

“We’re hoping that the public can assist us in locating Mr. Hooper,” said Cpl. Kathy Rochlitz. “Family and friends are concerned about Mr. Hooper’s whereabouts as they have not heard from him and he requires medication on a regular basis, which he does not have with him.”

RCMP are asking anyone with information to call the detachment at 250-474-2264.

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