A missing Lumby woman has been located.
Two hunters found Susan Catt, 52, Monday evening in the Cherryville area.
“She was transported to hospital,” said Cpl. Todd Bowden, with the RCMP.
“There is no mention of her being in a life-threatening condition.”
Catt was supposed to meet her mother at 9 a.m. Saturday but failed to show up.
More details will be posted as they become available.
Lumby RCMP are looking for a missing woman who just turned 52 on Friday.
Susan Gay Catt of Lumby had planned an outing with her mom for 9 a.m. Saturday but Catt failed to show, accoring to Lumby RCMP Cpl. Henry Proce.
“She hasn’t been seen since,” said Proce.
Catt was driving a 2000 light blue Pontiac Sunfire with B.C. licence plate number 350 FFE.
She is believed to have been wearing a pink top, blue jeans and runners. Catt is Caucasian, light brown hair with streaks, stands five-foot-six and weights 150-pounds.
Proce said in a news release there is a possibility the missing woman may wish to harm herself.
“We are asking area hunters, loggers and fishermen to keep an eye open for the vehicle on forest service roads and near area lakes and forest recreation sites,” said Proce.
“Police have searched her favourite locations on the ground and from the air with negative results.”
Anybody with any information on Catt’s whereabouts is asked to come forward and call the nearest local RCMP detachment immediately.