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Lacking couple travelling from Whitehorse to Alberta discovered: RCMP

Lacking couple travelling from Whitehorse to Alberta discovered: RCMP

Whitehorse RCMP showed Friday morning {that a} pair of travellers up to now past due had been situated and are secure.

Thursday night time, RCMP stated Owen and Susan Konski, each of their early 60s, had been remaining identified to be in Whitehorse till July 20 or 21 prior to heading south at the Alaska Freeway.

They had been reported lacking on July 27.

They had been reported to be using a white 2019 Dodge Ram 3500 pickup truck with an Alberta licence plate and towing a fifth-wheel shuttle trailer, RCMP stated. The trailer is set 30 ft lengthy.

A look at the vehicle and trailer the couple are believed to be driving.


A take a look at the car and trailer the couple are believed to be using.


Whitehorse RCMP


Owen and Susan Konski had been believed lacking someplace between Whitehorse and Alberta.


Whitehorse RCMP

RCMP stated their circle of relatives had no longer heard from them since July 19 and had been involved for his or her protection.

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The couple was once believed to be travelling again to Alberta from the Yukon via northern B.C. and police patrolled in spaces alongside the freeway, following up on different leads with none success discovering the couple.


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In a Friday commentary, RCMP stated there have been studies on Thursday night the couple were discovered or had been in touch with pals.

“Police can’t formally shut a lacking individual investigation till we have now had direct touch with the individual reported lacking,” the commentary learn.

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