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Photo of missing North Okanagan man's truck released

Brian Kyme Franklin, 41, was last seen on Jan. 3, 2019.
Image Credit: SUBMITTED/B.C. RCMP
January 28, 2019 - 4:21 PM

ARMSTRONG - Police have released a photo of the truck that they believe is in the possession of a North Okanagan man who went missing earlier this month.

North Okanagan RCMP are asking for the public's assistance as the search continues for Brian Kyme (pronounced Kim) Franklin, of Armstrong, who went missing on Jan. 3, 2019.

The photo comes after police shared a description of the vehicle, which was last seen in Vernon on Jan. 5.

The truck is a red 2005 Toyota Tundra wrapped in graphics depicting LEGO builders in a construction site, according to an RCMP media release. The number 19 on the back window. There is a "Safety 1st" logo on both doors. The B.C. licence plate is MC2169.

The vehicle is very distinct and RCMP are hoping that someone has information on the truck's location.

If anyone has any information about Brian Kyme Franklyn or the truck as described above, call the Armstrong RCMP detachment at 250-546-3028 and reference file #2019-754. You can remain anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477, or leave a tip online at www.nokscrimestoppers.com.

RCMP are hoping someone has seen a missing Armstrong man's truck. Brian Kyme Franklin is believed to be in possession of this red 2005 Toyota Tundra with graphics of LEGO builders and construction equipment with B.C. licence plate MC 2169.
RCMP are hoping someone has seen a missing Armstrong man's truck. Brian Kyme Franklin is believed to be in possession of this red 2005 Toyota Tundra with graphics of LEGO builders and construction equipment with B.C. licence plate MC 2169.
Image Credit: SUBMITTED/RCMP

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