Serious crime unit takes over case of missing Kamloops woman

Missing probe intensifies

The Kamloops RCMP’s serious crime unit has taken over the case of a 32-year-old city woman missing since Monday.

Shannon White’s distinct Jeep was discovered in the 200-block of Nicola Street downtown on Tuesday afternoon.

“Currently, we believe she departed her Lower Sahali residence in her Jeep around 8 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 1,” RCMP Sgt. Dave Marshall, part of the Kamloops serious crimes unit, said in a news release.

“Shannon was supposed to be at her job at Kamloops Hyundai on Notre Dame at 8:30 a.m., but she did not arrive.”

When Mounties found her Jeep, it was missing a pink flower that typically sat above the spare tire.

Marshall said Mounties are asking for anyone with information about White or her vehicle to get in touch with them — specifically anyone with dash cam footage or surveillance footage.

“We’re also requesting the public, including Shannon’s large Jeep community, to be on the lookout for the pink flower that she had on her Jeep,” he said.

White stands five-foot-five and weighs 180 pounds. She has blonde hair and green eyes with fair skin.

Her Jeep is a black 1997 TJ with B.C. plate KA0 22N. The vehicle has a turquoise hand print on the driver’s side mirror and a turquoise deal reading “wander lust” on the passenger side of the hood.

Anyone with information about White’s whereabouts can call police at 250-828-3000 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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