The search for a missing Saskatchewan man continues Wednesday. Mike Daviduk, 85, was last seen leaving his Wadena home on Monday afternoon.
He was reported missing to police on Tuesday morning. Police and family are concerned for his well-being as Daviduk has health concerns.
A search was carried out by a Civil Air Search and Rescue plane and Wadena RCMP members have carried out an extensive search of rural roads in an effort to locate Daviduk.
Mounties say when Daviduk was last seen on Monday, he was driving his blue 1994 Chevrolet 1500 truck with Saskatchewan plate number 872 JNZ. He was wearing an orange jacket, black pants and a camouflage hat.
The truck has a distinctive picture of a bull’s head painted on the hood. The bulls head is red, black and grey.
Mounties say they have received numerous tips from the public but have been unable to determine Daviduk’s direction of travel.
Daviduk’s wallet was located at a Wadena business that he frequently visits. His identification and credit and debit cards were located inside the wallet.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Daviduk is asked to contact Wadena RCMP at 306-338-6500 or their nearest police detachment.