BLACKVILLE, N.B. – District 6 RCMP continue to seek the public's assistance in locating 49-year-old Roger Colepaugh from Upper Derby, N.B. who has been missing for five weeks. He was last seen by his family on November 8, 2012. Family and friends say this is out of character for him.
Police are releasing a more recent photo of Colepaugh taken in 2010, in an effort to locate him.
"We are also asking the public to keep an eye out for the black 2010 Mazda pickup truck, license plate number COD 802, that Roger Colepaugh owns," says Cpl. Chuck Plaxton, Blackville RCMP. "Finding his truck may help police get a better indication of where he might be because at this time neither his family nor police have any idea where he may be."
Colepaugh was last seen by his family at this home in Upper Derby on November 8. He was wearing a black down filled jacket, jeans, black work boots and a grey leather ball cap. Later that same day he was seen on a surveillance camera at a banking machine location in Fredericton at the corner of Queen and Carleton Streets.
RCMP have been able to confirm that he has not accessed his bank accounts since November 8 and that he has not crossed into the United States at any manned border crossing in New Brunswick.
Colepaugh is 6' 1" tall and weighs approximately 190 lbs. He has brown hair and brown eyes.
Anyone with information about the whereabouts of Roger Colepaugh is asked to contact their local police or District 6 RCMP in Blackville at 1-888-506-RCMP (7267).