HALIFAX – With their son still missing, the family of Landon Webb is taking it upon themselves to post “Missing” signs around the province in hopes of finding him.
The young man was last seen on October 15 at the at Kings Regional Rehabilitation Facility, and hasn’t been seen since.
Landon has epilepsy, anxiety disorder, heart disease and asthma. The 25-year-old also has an intellectual disorder, meaning he functions at a level of a 10 to 12-year-old.
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“The public’s continued help and vigilance is still asked in helping find Landon and bring him back safely,” Brenda Webb, Landon’s mother, told Global News on Tuesday.
All information and tips can now be directed either to the New Minas RCMP Detachment at 902-679-5555 or www.crimestoppers.ns.ca.
“We are hoping and praying for good news,” Brenda said.
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