RCMP release video with hopes of turning up new evidence of missing Fort St. John woman

Nelson Daily Staff
By Nelson Daily Staff
October 15th, 2013

The B.C. RCMP’s Serious Crimes Unit has released a re-enactment video of the day Abigail Andrews was last seen in Fort St. John with hopes of finding new information about the missing woman.

Andrews, then 28-year-old at the time of her disappearance three years ago on April 7, 2010, was pregnant at the time.

“A video re-enactment has been created in the hopes of garnering new tips that could lead to determining what happened and finally providing closure to Abigail’s family,” said the RCMP press release.

Andrews, extremely excited for the arrival of her baby, was last seen when she left her home on foot in the evening to visit a male friend.

Her family said it was also out of character for Andrews to not keep in contact.

The RCMP have been treating this case as a possible homicide and have identified a suspect.

They are asking for the public’s assistance as investigators believe that there are individuals out there who may have some information that could lead to the arrest of the person responsible for harming Andrews and her unborn child.

At the time of her disappearance, Andrews was believed to be wearing black pants, a white shirt with a dark blue or black vest and jacket.

Anyone who may have information regarding whereabouts of Andrews or any details on her disappearance, however insignificant the information may be, is asked to contact the E Division Serious Crime Unit at 778-290-3900 or contact your local police department. If you would like to remain anonymous, you can call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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Categories: Crime