Robert Dale Stanton of Clinton was last heard from on Jan. 9, but has now been in touch with investigators. (Photo credit: RCMP)

Robert Dale Stanton of Clinton was last heard from on Jan. 9, but has now been in touch with investigators. (Photo credit: RCMP)

Missing Clinton man has been in touch with investigators

Robert Dale Stanton was last heard from on Jan. 9 and had been reported as missing

UPDATE Jan. 20: The Clinton man reported missing has been in touch with investigators, and is no longer considered to be missing by police.

The RCMP are thanking members of the media and the public for their assistance.

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The RCMP is asking for the public’s assistance in locating a missing Clinton man.

Robert Dale Stanton — commonly known as Dale — was last heard from on Jan. 9, 2021. Police say that there is nothing to indicate foul play at this time, and that they believe he is either in Clinton or in the 70 Mile House area.

Police have followed up on several leads. Friends and family report that it is out of character for Stanton to be out of contact for so long, and police are worried about his health and well-being.

Stanton, 57, is described as a Caucasian male. He is 6’ 1”, weighs 271 pounds, and has grey hair and hazel eyes.

Stanton is believed to be travelling in his grey 2012 Ford F-150 pickup truck, which bears B.C. licence plates PN 7189.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Dale Stanton, or his vehicle, is urged to contact their local police or Clinton RCMP (250-459-2221). If you wish to remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.



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Dale Stanton’s pickup truck (inset), which is a grey 2012 Ford F-150 (stock photo, main image). (Photo credit: RCMP)

Dale Stanton’s pickup truck (inset), which is a grey 2012 Ford F-150 (stock photo, main image). (Photo credit: RCMP)

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