OTTAWA — Police issued a bulletin for missing Supreme Court Justice Clément Gascon on Wednesday, before finding him hours later.
“Missing person, Clement Gascon, 59, has been located safe and sound. Thank you for your assistance,” the Ottawa Police Service said on Twitter.
LOCATED | Missing person, Clement Gascon, 59, has been located safe and sound. Thank you for your assistance.
— Ottawa Police (@OttawaPolice) May 9, 2019
Clément, 59, was described by the Ottawa Police as a white male, 183 cm tall, with short medium hair and a beard. He wears glasses and police say he was last seen wearing a black business suit.
Ottawa Police Sgt. Scott Fenton told CBC News that there was no indication of foul play or a crime scene and Clément’s disappearance is not being treated as a criminal investigation at the moment.
The justice is set to step down on Sept. 15 after he announced his retirement earlier this year.
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