Saskatoon Police say Ryan Coulineur has been found safe after being missing for over a week.
His family had called for the publics help finding him.
Ryan Coulineur, 29, had been missing since Nov. 25.
According to his cousin Arliss, Ryan was last seen by his mother that morning. She dropped him off to attend a therapy session for symptoms of a brain injury he suffered about a year ago. From there, his Player’s Club card was used Friday night at the Dakota Dunes casino. His bank card was used Tuesday at the RBC Lawson Heights branch. According to his family, police are still trying to run down surveillance footage to confirm who used the bank card.
Arliss said the family is especially concerned because Ryan may suffer seizures if he doesn’t take medication regularly. His condition also requires him to drink a lot of water every day.
Family members have been canvassing areas where Ryan might be non-stop since his disappearance.
Arliss said even if people don’t know where Ryan is, they can help by sharing his picture and information and by keeping an eye out for him.
“Somebody out there has an idea of where our family member, our cousin, our son, father is. Someone’s got information and we just need that person to come forward,” he said.