Foul play not suspected in woman’s disappearance

Foul play is not suspected in the case of missing 21-year-old, Caitlin Murray from Quesnel, RCMP said Tuesday.

  • Oct. 9, 2013 5:00 p.m.

Foul play is not suspected in the case of missing 21-year-old, Caitlin Murray from Quesnel, RCMP said Tuesday.

“Caitlin was last seen on video surveillance on Sept. 30 at approximately 12:45 a.m. walking on to the Fraser River footbridge.

Quesnel RCMP, Quesnel Search and Rescue and RCMP Air Services have searched the immediate area including the footbridge, the Fraser River, surrounding parks and riverbanks, the RCMP said.

Police investigation and search efforts to date have met with negative results and have been unable to locate Murray.

The RCMP said aerial search efforts will continue periodically in attempts to provide answers to the family who still remain hopeful.

“RCMP have followed up on a number of tips and determined that the last known sighting of Caitlin was captured on video surveillance of her walking on to the footbridge. She was by herself at that time.  There is no indication to suggest that Murray’s disappearance is linked to foul play.”

 

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