Kamloops RCMP still looking for 26-year-old Samantha Paul
Kamloops RCMP needs help from the public to locate 26-year-old Samantha Paul, who was reported to police as missing in September.
“Investigators continue to work this file on a daily basis, looking for new information and following up on any tips received,” said Cpl. Cheryl Bush
Kamloops RCMP Media Relations Officer.
Cpl. Bush said information received has led investigators to make enquiries as far away as the lower mainland and Calgary areas, but so far nothing has led to locating Samantha.
Kamloops Serious Crime Unit has taken over this investigation and is receiving assistance from E Division headquarters Major Crime Section and Tech Crime Unit.
Samantha’s mother, as well as other family members, have been involved in the investigation since the early stages and are assisting police in every way possible. This is the second time that Shirley Paul has travelled to Kamloops to assist in locating her daughter.
In a plea to the public, Shirley Paul said, “I love Samantha very much. I miss speaking to her every day. If anybody knows anything please call the police. Help me find my daughter”.