Vernon woman still missing

On Dec. 18, Aurelia Wedenig, 65, left a medical facility. Police are trying to locate her

The RCMP continue to search for a missing Vernon woman.

On Dec. 18, Aurelia Wedenig, 65, left a medical facility.

“Police are concerned for her safety and are requesting the public’s assistance in locating her so she can receive medical attention,” said Sgt. Mike Moyer, with the RCMP.

Areas Wedenig is known to frequent have been visited but she has not been located.

She is described as five-foot-six and 149 pounds with green eyes, blond/grey hair and wire rim glasses. She has a mole on her right cheek and an Austrian accent.

She was last seen wearing a purple/teal jacket, pants and walking shoes.

Anyone with information on Wedenig’s whereabouts is asked to call the RCMP at 250-545-7171.





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