Family of missing Stony Rapids man appeal for help through social media

By Nigel Maxwell
October 10, 2018 - 12:00pm Updated: October 10, 2018 - 1:06pm

Friends and family of Travis MacDonald have made several posts to Facebook in an effort to help spread the word about his sudden disappearance.

The 24-year-old man was last seen early Monday morning. According to RCMP, he was driving a 1991 blue and grey GMC extended cab truck on Highway 11 toward Prince Albert. Justin Goodin posted he was with MacDonald that morning.

"Was traveling back to P.A. from Saskatoon was a few [kilometres] behind my buddy Travis in the truck he bought off me," he said on Facebook.

The truck was located later that day, but there was no sign of MacDonald. Harley MacDonald posted it was very unlike his brother not to call family or leave a message.

"If anybody knows any information please come forward to any of our family," he said.

Prince Albert RCMP have not verified the information stated by the family. The investigation is ongoing.


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