UPDATE: Surrey RCMP say missing 23-year-old has been located deceased

Rattanjot Sidhu was last seen Saturday in the 6600-block of 184 Street

UPDATE: Police advised Wednesday morning that the 23-year-old has been located deceased, and that his death is not believed to be suspicious.

(Original story below)

Surrey RCMP are asking for help locating a man missing since Saturday morning.

According to a news release, Rattanjot Sidhu, 23, was last seen at 11:30 a.m. on Feb. 8, in the 6600-block of 184 Street.

Sidhu is described as a five-foot-nine East Indian male. He weighs 154 lbs, and has a medium complexion, short black hair and dark brown eyes.

He was last seen wearing a black turban, black puffy jacket, black sweat pants and black/orange shoes.

Police and family are concerned for his health and well-being.

Anyone with information about Sidhu’s whereabouts is asked to contact the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502. To remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or www.solvecrime.ca, quoting file number 2020-20576.

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