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UPDATE: Missing senior found safe

UPDATE: RCMP says Bonnie Beattie has been found safe.

A Kamloops woman on her way to Tomslake, B.C. has been reported missing. The RCMP says 71-year-old Bonnie Beattie left the morning of August 31st to visit a family member but never made it. It’s unclear where she left from.

The woman used to live in Dawson Creek and had previously been to Tomslake on the 29th. Constable Jaime Ekkel calls the missing person case urgent.

“The Dawson Creek RCMP are concerned about Beattie’s wellbeing as she may have become confused or disoriented during her drive and may be lost in the area.”

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It’s believed that Beattie is driving a red Pontiac Vibe that has extensive body damage to it. The taillights are reportedly being held together with red tape. It has a B,C. licence plate CM117S.

Beattie is described as white, 5’4″, 140 to 150 pounds with long grey hair. She wears glasses and police say she may appear confused. Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to contact RCMP or Crime Stoppers.

Beattie is believed to be driving a vehicle like this one, RCMP
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