Search efforts are ongoing to locate Jack Crouch from Kenaston.
Update: Saskatoon RCMP have provided a photo of Jack Crouch.
SASKATOON – Police are asking the public’s help to find a man who went missing after his vehicle became stuck in the snow.
Around 3 p.m. on Nov. 8, Saskatoon RCMP received a report of a missing person.
60-year-old Jack Crouch from Kenaston and a second adult male were traveling in the general area of Highway #15 between Watrous and Kenaston. When their vehicle became stuck in the snow, the second adult male walked some distance seeking assistance. The current whereabouts of Jack are unknown.
Police say they do not have a description of the vehicle the pair were traveling in at this time.
It is unknown if Jack received a ride from a member of the public or if he walked to get assistance.
Jack Crouch is described as being 5’10” tall, approximately 160 pounds with grey/brown hair and brown eyes. It is unknown what he was last wearing.
Search efforts are ongoing to locate Jack. With it being dark out and continued drifting and blowing snow conditions, police stress they are not seeking general public assistance with the active searches, especially if you are unfamiliar with this area.
Police are asking people with yards or acreages in the area of Highway15 between Watrous and Kenaston to please check out buildings for signs of Jack Crouch. If you saw or locate any and all abandoned vehicles in this area, please call police immediately to report it.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Jack Crouch is asked to contact 911 immediately.
Updated with photo