Car of missing Sask. man located
A car belonging to a Saskatchewan man who's been missing for two years has been located near Rosthern, police say.
James Christopher Wray Carlson, 45, was reported missing on May 14, 2008.
On Wednesday, police found his car, a white 1985 Monte Carlo with licence number 709GAR, 18 kilometres southeast of Rosthern near the Saskatchewan River.
The vehicle, which had last been seen two years ago in Watrous, was located in some bushes in the rural area.
Police and civilian search teams conducted a search of the area, but didn't find anything.
Police ask people with information to contact the Saskatoon RCMP major crimes unit at (306) 975-5153 or Crime Stoppers at 1-306-822-8477.