Search continues for Henry Stone-Arnold west of Dryden

Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) in Dryden is requesting the assistance of the public to locate a missing male.

 

Henry STONE-ARNOLD (28 years) of Dryden, ON was last spoken to on 08 August, 2018 at approximately 11:00pm. He was believed to be in the Dryden area at that time.

 

STONE-ARNOLD’s vehicle was located near Highway 594 approximately 1 kilometre west of Dryden.

 

Members of the Dryden OPP are still searching for Henry STONE-ARNOLD. They are currently being assisted by members of the Northwest Region Emergency Response Team (NWR ERT), Dryden Police Service, Dryden OPP Crime Unit, as well as an MNRF helicopter.

 

An Unmanned Arial System (UAS)  is also being used as part of the search.

 

If you have seen Henry STONE-ARNOLD, or have information about his whereabouts please contact the OPP in Dryden at 1-888-310-1122.

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