Update: RCMP locate missing Tatla Lake woman

The RCMP said Tuesday they have located missing Tatla Lake woman

The Alexis Creek RCMP are seeking the public's assistance in locating 35-year-old Allison McCreadie of Tatla Lake

The Alexis Creek RCMP are seeking the public's assistance in locating 35-year-old Allison McCreadie of Tatla Lake

Update:

The RCMP reported Tuesday  morning they have located Allison McCreadie who is safe and sound in Williams Lake.

Original story:

The RCMP are asking the public’s assistance in locating a 35-year-old woman from Tatla Lake, west of Williams Lake.

On Saturday, Sept. 27, at approximately 10:55 a.m. the Alexis Creek RCMP received a complaint that Allison McCreadie also known as Allison Webster, Allison Rohatincky was missing.

The police were told that  on September 26,  at 3:30 a.m.  McCreadie left her residence in Tatla Lake after asking a friend to watch over her children so she could attended the hospital in Williams Lake as she wasn’t feeling well.

“Investigation revealed that Allison never attended the hospital and hasn’t been heard from since 10:30 that morning,” the RCMP noted in a press release issued Monday.

She was last seen wearing either black skinny jeans or black tight leggings, an unknown shirt or jacket and possibly wearing boots. She sometimes wears green framed glasses, is strawberry blond hair, has green eyes and is 170 cm tall weighing 170 pounds or 78 kgs.

McCreadie drives a silver minivan but the make, model, and exact license plate is unknown to police.

“Police are very concerned for the wellbeing of Allison as she takes medication regularly,” the RCMP said, asking anyone with information regarding her whereabouts, to please contact the Alexis Creek RCMP at 250-394-4211 or your local police agency.

 

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