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Vernon RCMP seek missing woman

Vernon RCMP are concerned for the well-being of Jolene Crane after she left a Vernon medical facility without completing her treatment. - Photo submitted
Vernon RCMP are concerned for the well-being of Jolene Crane after she left a Vernon medical facility without completing her treatment.
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UPDATED THURSDAY, AUG. 21: Vernon RCMP have located the missing woman, and she has been returned to the medical facility.

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Vernon RCMP are looking for a woman who left a medical facility in Vernon without completing her treatment.

Police are concerned for the safety of Jolene Crane, and are requesting assistance in locating her so that she can receive necessary medical attention.

Crane, 31, is described as an aboriginal woman, five-foot-nine and weights 161 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.

Anyone who sees Crane is asked not to approach her, but to call the nearest RCMP detachment.

 

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