Yvon “Shawn” GUIGNARD took up residency in the northern part of Manitoba during the summer of 2015, with interests in Churchill, MB and the Northwest Territories. While in Thompson, he adopted a transient lifestyle, living in his personal vehicle and developing friendships with the homeless community. It is believed Shawn was last seen on November 28, 2015 at approximately 6:45 am. Prior to his disappearance, he made several attempts to give away his personal vehicle which was located at the time he was reported missing. He may go by Shawn, Yvon, or Ivan. He is 35 years old and has a slender build, blond hair, blue eyes and is 185cm tall. Shawn has a medical condition and a history of not taking his prescription medications. If located he should not be approached as he may be in medical distress. Please call law enforcement.
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