North Shore Rescue and Bowen RCMP are renewing their appeal to find missing Bowen Island woman Shilanne Stedmances.
She went missing on Bowen Island, but has connections in West Vancouver and North Vancouver and she could have made her way here, police said.
The 22-year-old was last seen near the Eagle Cliff area on Bowen Island on November 4 at 8 pm.
She is described as a Caucasian woman, 22 years old, 5′ 02″, 110 lbs, with shoulder-length dark-brown hair, although she has died them blonde in the past. She has blue eyes, and was last seen wearing dark-coloured shirt, and yoga pants.
Police also described her as a “high risk person” who has fled from family. Before leaving, she told her family that she loved them. She also left all her belongings behind including her cell phone, identification, wallet, handbag and bank card.
Members of the North Shore Rescue, Bowen Fire department, RCMP Marine unit, Coast Guard, and Metro Parks officials pressed two Talon helicopters, an RCMP Air 1 helicopter, and dog teams in search for her, but were unsuccessful in tracking her.
Rescue teams scoured various trails around Bowen, canvassed neighbourhoods, searches shorelines, but no clues were found. Search is likely to continue today.
Stedmances family is concerned for her wellbeing and for her safety. Anyone with information on her whereabouts is urged to contact Bowen Island RCMP, their local police or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).
“If located, please assess mental health and confirm well-being and contact the Bowen Island RCMP,” police said.