Jericho Labonte, 31, is described as a Caucasian man standing 6-foot-1 with a slim build. He has dark curly hair and a full beard, however he recently may have trimmed his hair and beard short. (VicPD photo)

UPDATED: Missing Victoria man located over the weekend

Jericho Labonte was seen on Sept. 30 in Oaklands neighbourhood

UPDATE: Missing Victoria man Jericho Labonte was located over the weekend. The Victoria Police Department thanks the public for their assistance.

VicPD had asked for the public’s help in locating Labonte, 31, who was described as a Caucasian man standing 6-1, with a slim build. He has dark curly hair and a full beard, however he recently may have trimmed his hair and beard.

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Labonte was last seen in the Oaklands neighbourhood on Sept. 30 and may be heading to Salt Spring Island.

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