Missing man’s body found

Arnold Oakes had last been seen November 4 and was reported missing November 24.

  • Dec. 15, 2014 7:00 p.m.

Terrace RCMP are reporting that a man missing since November 4 has been found deceased.

The body of Arnold Oakes was found by another person on Saturday, December 13th in an isolated area near Lost Lake Forest Service Rd., said police Dec. 15.

Foul play is not suspected and the investigation has been turned over to the coroner’s service.

Oakes was reported missing November 24 and at that time, police said he had been last heard from on November 4th.

When he went missing, it was reported that he may have been driving a black 1995 GMC truck.

His truck was found off the forest service road, said police.





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