Jamall Seif has been missing since Nov. 23. (Submitted photo)

UPDATE: Missing Shawnigan Lake man found

Police look for public’s help in locating Jamall Seif, 58

UPDATE: The Shawnigan Lake RCMP are thanking the public for helping to locate 58-year-old Jamall Seif.

Mounties notified media Tuesday morning Seif was found safe and sound.

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Seif was last seen departing his residence at approximately 9:15 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 23 and was believed to be on foot.

He is described as 5 foot 7, 130 lbs, salt and pepper curly hair, with a moustache and olive skin. Seif was wearing jeans, runners, a black sweater, blue vest and an orange plaid jacket.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Seif is asked to contact the Shawnigan Lake RCMP at 250-743-5514.

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