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Public's assistance sought in locating missing man, 46

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Police are asking residents and business owners throughout Manitoba and Ontario to check their properties to help find missing 46-year-old Brad Lambert.

He was last seen in Marchand -- southeast of Steinbach -- on Nov. 15.

"The Winnipeg Police Service is requesting the assistance of residents and business owners throughout both Manitoba and Ontario, to check any outbuildings such as outdoor storage sheds, abandoned structures and garages on their properties with the goal of assisting police in this investigation," Winnipeg Const. Jason Michalyshen said Friday.

Police describe Lambert as Caucasian, six-feet-tall and about 240 pounds, with brown hair with some grey on the sides. He was last seen wearing camouflage clothing and driving a black 2011 Ford F-150 truck with Manitoba plate FGK157.

"Police are extremely concerned for Lambert's well-being," said Michalyshen.

Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is asked to contact the WPS missing persons unit at (204) 986-6250, or the local police detachment.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition December 8, 2012 A13

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