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Elderly couple missing in northwestern B.C. found

John and Margaret Fuller have been found.  - CONTRIBUTED PHOTO
John and Margaret Fuller have been found.
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AN ELDERLY couple missing in northwestern B.C. since Monday has been found.

John and Margaret Fuller, from Courtenay, were near 100 Mile House at last reports and have contacted family members.

They apparently had no idea police and others were looking for them.

The couple was last seen at Oliver Lake just outside of Prince Rupert Monday, Sept. 12, where they met family members for lunch.

They then missed two subsequent meetings, leading to worries about their location.

John Fuller is 82 and Margaret Fuller is 77 and requires a wheelchair.

 

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