RCMP still investigating case of missing Vernon woman

Susan Durham, 59, was last seen in Quesnel Nov. 9 at 8 a.m.

Susan Jane Durham

A Vernon woman remains missing.

Susan Durham, 59, was travelling with family from New Hazelton to Kamloops when they stopped in Quesnel for an overnight stay. She was last seen in Quesnel Nov. 9 at 8 a.m.

“We have not received any information as to Susan Durham’s whereabouts,” said Const. Lesley Smith, media liaison officer for the RCMP’s north district.

“She is still missing and the investigation is ongoing.”

Durham left her hotel room without her medication or personal property.

Durham is believed to be driving a white 1999 Ford Explorer with B.C. plate 510 LSM.

She is described as Caucasian, five-foot-six, 166-pounds with red hair and blue eyes.

The RCMP is asking anyone who may have seen the vehicle or Durham to contact their local police or the Quesnel detachment at 250-992-9211.

 

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