Officers are searching for Tanner Afseth. (Victora Police Department)

FOUND: Missing man with Saskatchewan licence plate, travelling with dog found safe

Tanner Afseth located Aug. 10, VicPD says

Tanner Afseth went missing in late July and was finally located safely by police on Monday (Aug. 10).

VicPD announced on Twitter that Afseth had been located and thanked the public for spreading the word.

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On July 28, VicPD declared Afseth a high-risk missing person and called on the public to help locate him.

The 25-year-old had last been seen near Shawnigan Lake on July 26 and investigators believed he could be in the Victoria or Cowichan area. The public was asked to keep an eye out for a grey 2005 Nissan Altima with a Saskatchewan licence plate 855 IGS which Afseth was thought to be travelling in with his dog, Soma.

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Officers are searching for Tanner Afseth. (Victora Police Department)

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