RCMP Looking For Missing Olds Man

October 1st was the last time family members had any type of conact with 28 year old Clayton Garrett Friedley. He was reported missing on October 12th. Police say there is no suggestion of foul play at this point.

Olds RCMP are seeking the public's assistance in locating a missing man.

28 year old Clayton Garrett Friedley was last spoken to on October 1st, and he has not had contact with any members of his family since then.

Mounties received the report from a relative on the evening of October 12th.

RCMP have visited Friedley's residence in Olds as part of the investigation.

There is no suggestion of foul play at this point.

Police describe Friedly as a 6'4 210 lb caucasian male with blue eyes and blonde hair.

He has a black and red tattoo of a bull between his shoulder blades as well as has a 3 inch scar on the left side of his head.

If anyone comes in contact with Friedly or knows of his whereabouts, contact the Olds RCMP at 556-3324.

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