Sep 24, 2012 / 12:28 pm
Lumby RCMP are urging the public, especially hunters, loggers and fisherman, to keep an eye out for a missing 52-year-old Lumby woman.
On September 22 Susan Gay Catt (Date of birth: September 21st, 1960) failed to show up to an outing she planned with her mother at 9 a.m. She has not been seen since.
She is believed to be wearing a pink top, blue jeans and runners. She is Caucasian, has short brown hair with light streaks and is 5’6 and 150lbs. Her car is a light blue 2000 Pontiac Sunfire with a British Columbia license plate number 350 FFE.
“She has been missing for a few days as you can appreciate and we have not heard anything from her,” says Vernon RCMP spokesman Gord Molendyk.
“She doesn’t have a cell phone which makes it somewhat more difficult. We’re led to believe she only had a small amount of cash with her.”
The missing woman is suspected of heading to a rural or remote location somewhere in the Lumby/Nakusp region. The woman’s family has alerted RCMP to the fact the woman may wish to harm herself, which coincides with the woman’s past history with the RMCP.
“I think there’s medical issues as well so it’s a sad case. We are hoping that it has a positive ending,” says Molendyk.
Police are asking anyone with possible information or knowledge concerning Susan Catt, to contact their local RCMP detachment.
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