RCMP are calling the disappearance of 48-year-old man in southern Saskatchewan last Thursday suspicious.
Claude Landry, from the tiny village of Kincaid, was last seen in the nearby town of Gravelbourg on July 12.
In an update Monday afternoon, RCMP said there is concern for his well-being.
According to police, Landry was wearing a blue and red polo shirt, white shorts, a white baseball cap and Sugi running shoes.
The 48-year-old also has several tattoos including the word “freedom” on his back, “Payton” on his hand, a heart on his chest, a Tasmanian devil cartoon on his left calf and barbed wire on his upper right arm.
The RCMP major crimes unit is involved in the investigation.
Anyone with information about where Landry might be is asked to call Gravelbourg RCMP at 306-648-4350 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.