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CanadaOttawa Police issue bulletin for missing Supreme Court Justice Clément Gascon

03:50  09 may  2019
03:50  09 may  2019 Source:   cbc.ca

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Ottawa Police issue bulletin for missing Supreme Court Justice Clément Gascon Ottawa Police are asking for the public's help in locating Supreme Court

Clement Gascon was praised for a thoughtful, rigorous, and collegial approach, and for helping the court reach the heart of some complex issues . The official welcoming ceremony for Supreme Court of Canada Justice Clement Gascon at the Supreme Court of Canada in Ottawa on October 6, 2014.

Ottawa Police issue bulletin for missing Supreme Court Justice Clément Gascon © Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press Ottawa Police are asking the public for help in finding Supreme Court Justice Clement Gascon, who was last seen at 1:20 pm in the 300 block of Wellington St.

Ottawa Police are asking for the public's help in locating Supreme Court Justice Clément Gascon, who announced his retirement from the top court earlier this year.

According to the notice put out by Ottawa Police, Gascon was last seen Wednesday around 1:20 pm in the 300 block of Wellington Street heading southwest.

Clement, 59, is described by police as a white male, 183 cm tall, with short medium hair and a beard. He wears glasses and police say he was last seen wearing a black business suit.

Ottawa Police Sgt. Scott Fenton told CBC News that there is no indication of foul play or a crime scene and Clement's disappearance is not being treated as a criminal investigation at the moment.

Anyone who knows where Clement is now is asked to call the Ottawa Police at 613-236-1222.

Gascon is due to officially step down from his position on Sept. 15.

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