UPDATE: Missing Cudworth man found

UPDATE: Richard Guy Detillieux of Cudworth has been found safe and sound in Saskatoon.


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A Cudworth man has gone missing.

Richard Guy Detillieux left his home on Jan. 23 at around 7:30 am.  He made reference about leaving Cudworth to go to Saskatoon for the day and would return at supper time.  Detillieux was reported missing at 11:06 pm that same day.

Detillieux is described as being Caucasian, 180 centimetres tall, 73 kilograms in weight with greying hair.  It is not known what clothing he may be wearing.  He has a tattoo on his right forearm of a parrot, which covers scars that he received in a motorcycle accident.  He also wears a gold ring with a red gem on his right hand and a skull ring, perhaps silver.

The man is known to frequent areas in and around the City of Saskatoon.

Police say he’s also known to hitchhike. As recently as Jan. 22 at around 9:30 pm, he was picked up as he walked south on Highway 2 and driven back to Cudworth by a passerby.

Detillieux is known to suffer from medical issues.

Those with any information are asked to contact the Wakaw RCMP or Crime Stoppers.

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