John Penner Obituary, Death – John Penner, 94, of Brooks, Alberta has sadly passed away. Mounties in the community of Brooks, Alberta, have purportedly located and found the body of an elderly citizen who had been reported missing. The resident had been reported missing earlier. Earlier, it was claimed that the resident had gone missing. John Penner, a man in his ninetieth year who was last seen on December 18, two days prior to the date of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police’s statement, was the subject of an appeal to the general public made by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) on Tuesday. The RCMP asked the public for assistance in locating John Penner.
He is said to have brown eyes and gray hair, and he has a height of 5 feet 7 inches, according to the reports. Additionally, it is believed that he weighs a total of 200 pounds. It’s likely that he’s wearing snow boots and a jacket with a camouflage design since he’s dressed appropriately for the weather. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police have identified the sport utility vehicle (SUV) that he drives as a 1997 Honda CRV with the license plate number BYS 8887 from the province of Alberta in Canada.
You can reach the Brooks RCMP detachment by dialing 403-794-4400, and you can reach Crime Stoppers by dialing 1-800-222-8477, going online to P3Tips.com, or using the P3 Tips mobile app. All of these options allow you to remain anonymous. You have the ability to choose either of these two paths. According to a statement that was released by the RCMP on Wednesday, a dead body of Penner was found, and it was confirmed that he had passed away prior to the discovery of his body. During this difficult time, our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends, as said in the statement that was included in the news release that was issued by Mouties.