Norman Demarsch has been missing since March 15. (submitted)

Search on for missing Saltspring man

Andrew Norman Demarsch, 36, was last seen on March 15

Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing man from Saltspring Island.

Andrew Norman Demarsch, 36, was last seen on March 15 at 2 p.m. in the area of Suneagle Drive on Saltspring Island.

He is a white man, 6 foot 3, 186 lbs, with brown hair and hazel eyes.

Investigators are seeking information from BC Ferries passengers departing the island from any terminal on March 15-17. It is believed that Demarsch would have boarded as a foot passenger, if he left the island via BC Ferries.

Saltspring RCMP currently have support from RCMP West Coast Marine Section, RCMP Air Services, Royal Marine Search and Rescue, Coast Guard Canada, and Salt Spring Island Search and Rescue in the search for Demarsch.

“All available resources for land, air and water based searches are engaged and currently supporting local officers in their search for Andrew,” said Cpl. Darren Lagan with the Saltspring Island RCMP.

“Anyone with information about Andrew’s whereabouts, or his movements over the last three days is asked to call us at 250-537-5555.”

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