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OPP appeals for help finding Bracebridge man missing nearly 2 months

Daniel Holden, 38, of Bracebridge, Ont., is pictured in this undated photo. (Source: OPP) Daniel Holden, 38, of Bracebridge, Ont., is pictured in this undated photo. (Source: OPP)

Provincial police in Muskoka are appealing to the public for help in the search for a missing man who disappeared nearly two months ago.

According to police, officers got a call on September 12 from someone concerned about Daniel Holden, who hadn't been seen since August 12 in the Bracebridge area.

The OPP issued a missing person post on social media when the 38-year-old man was initially reported missing.

Police say he could be driving a tan or gold-coloured 2002 Mazda MPV minivan with the licence plate CKXC268.

Daniel is five feet six inches tall, with a slim build and short black hair.

He was last seen wearing a black sweater with white stripes on the sleeves and black pants.

Police urge anyone with information on Daniel's whereabouts to contact the Bracebridge OPP at 1-888-310-1122. Top Stories


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