The household of a lacking Kelowna man final seen in Kamloops on November 11 is providing a $10,000 reward for anybody who can present data to the Kamloops RCMP that results in a protected return dwelling.
“It will imply every part to us if we knew that Joe was protected,” mentioned Emma Driscoll, Joe’s sister.
“We’re begging anybody that has any data to return ahead, and we’ll present them with $10,000.”
42-year-old Joe Driscoll is described by his sister as a folks individual, who loves being round others. He’s hasn’t been seen or heard from since round midnight on Nov. 11, after attending a live performance in Kamloops the night prior.
“He does have demons, and you understand, these could have come out the day of the 11th,” described Emma.
Emma was one of many final folks to keep up a correspondence with Joe. She says sooner or later on Nov. 11 Joe was stopped by police. He was in his car, a 2016 black Ford F-350, with one other individual. RCMP impounded the truck, however didn’t make an arrest.
“What we do know is that when he was strolling down Frontage Street, he was unwell, and that was round midnight.”
In line with Emma, Joe works remotely in Northern B.C. as an electrician, and could be very captivated with his job. He’s additionally been in restoration for substance abuse for the final two years, however she believes he could have relapsed. He missed his flight again to work on Thursday.
“He’s an excellent man. He owns a house. He has a mortgage,” defined Emma. “It doesn’t matter what occurred that day, I simply need him to know that his household loves him, his household is happy with him, and his household desires him to return dwelling.”
The Driscoll household is constant to carry out hope that Joe will return dwelling protected. They’re asking anybody with dashcam or surveillance footage from Frontage Street in Kamloops round midnight on the night time he went lacking to contact police.
“I simply wish to inform him that I like him, and I’m very happy with him,” Emma expressed
“I simply miss him a lot. We had been alleged to spend Christmas collectively and I simply need him to be dwelling.”
Authorities describe Joe as 5’10 tall, 166 lbs, bald and with inexperienced eyes. He additionally has a tribal tattoo on his neck, a cranium tattoo on his left forearm, and a tribal tattoo on his higher again.
If you happen to see Joe or know of his whereabouts, you’re urged to contact Kamloops Metropolis RCMP at 250-828-3000.
Joe was reported lacking on Nov. 17.