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Investigators fear the worst

By Contributor
May 4th, 2012

Exhaustive attempts by Major Crime Investigators from the Kamloops RCMP have yet to establish any leads in the sudden disappearance of Cassandra (Cassie/Sandra) Lynn Wilson (Born 1970-Dec-12) who was reported missing on April 6.

Wilson is a known sex trade worker and drug user who is involved in a high risk lifestyle. 

There has been no activity on her bank accounts, she has failed to communicate with any of her closest associates, she left without the medication that she requires daily and has made no attempt to access this medication through any registered pharmacy. 

Wilson was last seen leaving her residence located at 5th Avenue and St. Paul Street between 12:40 am and 1:00 am on April 6th, 2012 which was Good Friday.  

Surveillance video images shows Wilson in the foyer of her residence wearing knee high black boots, light colored pants, and a black jacket.  She had a black bag slung over her right shoulder.  

Other surveillance video obtained from the Seven Eleven store at 6th and Seymour St. shows Wilson walking in front of that business about an hour earlier.

Anyone who may have seen Wilson after 1 a.m. on Good Friday morning is asked to contact the Kamloops RCMP, their local police in jurisdiction or Crimestoppers.


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