West Shore RCMP are asking for the public’s help to find missing man Raymond Begin. The 63-year-old was believed to be travelling from Langford to Duncan on Feb. 29. (West Shore RCMP)

UPDATED: Body of missing man found, death not suspicious, says West Shore RCMP

Man left Langford in a 2011 white Ford van on Feb. 29

The body of man missing since March 2 was found in Victoria two days later, according to West Shore RCMP.

Police say the cause of death is not considered suspicious at this time and the BC Coroners Service is involved in the investigation.

On March 3, West Shore RCMP asked for the public’s help to find Raymond Begin, 63, who was believed to be travelling from Langford to Duncan.

Begin was last heard from on Feb. 29 and reported missing by his family, who were concerned for this well-being and safety. Police did not suspect foul play.

READ MORE: West Shore RCMP seizes 2,400 doses worth of fentanyl in Langford drug bust

ALSO READ: UPDATED: Man, 25, dies after being hit by a semi in Langford workplace incident


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