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HAVE YOU SEEN HER: Maple Ridge Woman Atefeh Jadidian Missing Since February 19

Darpan News Desk, 28 Feb, 2020
  • HAVE YOU SEEN HER: Maple Ridge Woman Atefeh Jadidian Missing Since February 19

Ridge Meadows RCMP are still trying to locate Atefeh Jadidian.


On February 19, 2019 Ms. Jadidian was last seen leaving her workplace at around 4:00 PM in the 22800 block area of Lougheed Highway.


On February 24, police released a surveillance picture of Ms. Jadidian which showed her walking through a business parking lot. That picture was taken in the 24000 block area of Dewdney trunk road. Her vehicle was also located in the same area. Since then, more business owners and citizens have provided further security camera footage.

 


Today, February 28, police are releasing another picture which shows Ms. Jadidan walking East in the 24800 block area of Dewdney Trunk road at around 5:30 PM.


Ridge Meadows Search and Rescue was activated to assist in searching the area surrounding Cliff Park between 252 Street and 256 Street in Kanaka Regional Park however she has yet to be located.


Police are again appealing to the public in helping to locate Ms. Jadidian;


If you have a dash camera and were driving on Dewdney Trunk Road between 248th Street and 270th Street on February 19th between 5:25 pm and 6:15, or;


If you live between 248th Street and 270th Street anywhere along Dewdney Trunk Road, including side streets, please check your properties for anything suspicious or out of place.


If you have doorbell cameras or home video surveillance please check them and contact the Ridge Meadows RCMP.

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