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Woman found safe after failing to arrive to Mahood Lake

Update Tuesday, Aug 27: South Cariboo Search and Rescue confirms 22-year-old Amy Anonby has been located and is now reunited with her family.

“The missing woman was located last evening by South Cariboo Search and Rescue in the Clearwater RCMP area near Grizzly Lake,” 100 Mile RCMP S/Sgt. Sven Nielsen said.

“She was fine health wise with no injuries. Her car’s oil pan had been ripped open by the road conditions and she stayed with her vehicle.”

Previous Story Monday, Aug. 26-Woman reported missing after failing to arrive to Mahood Lake:

Search efforts will resume today in the South Cariboo for a missing person who has not been seen since Sunday.

22-year-old Amy Anonby left the Vernon area around lunchtime Aug. 25 and was headed to the Mahood Lake area.

“Police and Search and Rescue have searched for Amy and her vehicle but she has not been located,” North District RCMP Cpl. Madonna Saunderson said.

(supplied by 100 Mile RCMP)

Anonby is believed to be driving a yellow 2000 Volkswagon Beatle with BC plate FL287V.

She is described as:

  • Caucasian female
  • 5’ 4 tall
  • 130 pounds
  • Blue eyes
  • Long blonde hair

Anyone with information on Anonby’s whereabouts is asked to contact 100 Mile RCMP or Crime Stoppers.

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