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Thursday, December 15, 2011 01:35 PM

Prince George-  RCMP are requesting the public's help in locating a Prince George man that has not been seen since late November.

Harvey Knippshild, a 67 year old, has not been seen since he left his residence on Westmount Drive in Prince George on November 24th, 2011. At that time, he was driving his vehicle. Harvey has left home without notice in the past, but never for more than a few days. He does not have any known medical conditions.

Harvey was driving a silver Chevrolet Silverado pick-up bearing BC license plate 0206FH. Investigation has found that the insurance for this vehicle was renewed in Kelowna on November 30, 2011. Although it is not known where Harvey may have traveled to, he does enjoy the Summerland area of the Okanagan.

Harvey is described as a Caucasian male, 175 cm (5'9"), 91 kg (200 lb), blue eyes, white hair, with glasses and a moustache.

The Prince George RCMP do not believe harm has come to Harvey, but would like to speak with him to ensure he is safe. Harvey or anyone that may know where he is, are requested to please contact the Prince George RCMP at (250)561-3300

http://www.iammissing.ca/Missing%20Details-Sept-11.html#Harvey_Knippshild

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http://www.princegeorgecitizen.com/news/local-news/knippshild-no-longer-missing-1.1036663

A missing Prince George man has been found safe and sound.

Harvey Knippshild presented himself at The Prince George Citizen office to confirm his safe return, but offered no comment on the situation.

"We were sure he was fine, but we had to confirm that," said Prince George RCMP spokesman Cpl. Craig Douglass who likewise refrained from disclosing the details of the case. "He made contact with us after it became known to him that police were looking for him and loved ones had become concerned for his well-being. He was able to put all those fears to rest."

It was originally reported on Dec. 15 that Knippshild, 67, had driven off from his home on Westmount Drive on Nov. 24 and had not been seen or heard from thereafter.

Police became optimistic when, during the period of disappearance, records showed the insurance on Knippshild's vehicle was renewed. His safety was confirmed soon after this transaction was detected.