Alberta couple and aircraft remain missing

(RCMP RELEASE) – The Penticton RCMP is continuing to assist the investigating and report of a missing/overdue aircraft and are currently supporting the Joint Search Co-ordination Center Victoria (JRCC) with their search component for the aircraft and missing persons.  

The Penticton RCMP confirm that 28 year old Dominic Neron and 31 year-old Ashley Bourgeault, of Alberta were on board at the time the plane went missing on Saturday November 25, after its departure from Penticton en route to Edmonton Alberta. The aircraft was piloted by Neron who was accompanied by Bourgeault.

The Penticton RCMP is asking that anyone with information regarding this matter contact their local police of jurisdiction in efforts to locate Neron and Bourgeault,” stated Cpl Dan Moskaluk.

Family of missing Alberta pilot pleads for details that could extend search

The family of an Alberta man who hasn’t been seen since his plane went missing last weekend, is making a public plea for information about a survival kit that they believe he had on the plane.

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