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Heather Harris has been found

UPDATE: Heather Harris has been found safe and unharmed. 


RCMP are asking for your assistance in locating a woman who left a Kamloops medical facility.

Heather Harris left the facility in Kamloops Jan 22, without completing her treatment.

RCMP spokesman, Gord Molendyk, says police are concerned for her safety and are asking for assistance in locating her so she can receive the necessary medical attention.

Harris is described as a Caucasian woman, 25 years of age she is 165 cm or 5' 5" tall and weighs about 61 kgs or 135 lbs with brown hair, and brown eyes.  

Harris has relatives in Armstrong.

She was wearing a bright orange coat a burgundy dress and black shoes, when she was last seen hitchhiking on Hwy 97A North of Armstrong on Jan 23.

She is also known to travel between Kamloops and Armstrong.

Anyone who sees Heather Harris is asked to call the nearest RCMP Detachment.


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