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RCMP asking for help seeking three overdue hunters

The Mackenzie RCMP is asking for the public’s help locating three overdue hunters.

The trio left from Anglemont, and was believed to be hunting in the Ominica 7-38 Wildlife Management unit and were scheduled to return home May 20th or 21st at the latest.

Their last known whereabouts was in Mackenzie on May 11th where they stopped to purchase fuel.

Search and rescue has been activated, but this management unit covers a vast area of forest and the exact location of the trio is not known.

The RCMP is reaching out to the public in order to narrow down a search area for the overdue hunters.

34 year old Enrico Marosi, 45 year old Marcus Glass, and 42 year old Thomas Glass were traveling in Marosi’s 2011 Black Dodge 3500 one ton pick-up truck with B.C. licence plate DH6 765.

The truck had a large tidy tank in the back.

Although these individuals are experienced outdoorsman, there is great concern for their well-being as a result of their overdue date.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Mackenzie RCMP at 250-997-3288.

L-R Marcus Glass, Thomas Glass, Enrico Marosi.

L-R Marcus Glass, Thomas Glass, Enrico Marosi.

Marcus Glass and Thomas Glass.

Marcus Glass and Thomas Glass.

Enrico Marosi.

Enrico Marosi.

Ominica 7-38 Wildlife Management unit map.

Ominica 7-38 Wildlife Management unit map.

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