UPDATE: 100 Mile House RCMP have found Natali Niksic safe and sound.
Niksic went missing last Wednesday and was located by RCMP officers at 10:30 a.m. in a residence on Grosset Road in Bridge Lake. Due to concerns for her safety officers entered the residence, Staff Sgt. Svend Nielsen said, finding her safe and sound.
“The person(s) in the residence cooperated with police and no one was injured and no property damage occurred during the investigation,” Nielsen said. “Ms. Niksic was transported away from the residence by police to a location of her choosing.”
A 45-year old Caucasian male known to the police was taken into custody for breach of conditions and the unsafe storage of firearms. Nielsen said during the search for Nikstic firearms were located in plain view within the residence.
RCMP would like to thank the public who provided information that assisted in the safe resolution of this investigation.
ORIGINAL STORY: 100 Mile House RCMP are asking for the public’s help in finding a 41-year-old woman.
Staff Sgt. Svend Nielsen said Natalie Niksic has not been seen or heard from her family since Wednesday, Jan. 19, which is considered unusual.
Niksic is described as a Caucasian woman, about 5’9” with dark brown hair and brown eyes. She weighs around 130 lbs and projects as a slender/thin woman. She may appear to be nervous and/or suffering from a mental health disorder, Nielsen said.
She is known to live at random locations in the local area, but also to travel to many places throughout the province. Her current clothing descriptors are not known. Nielsen added she has several associates in the local area who have been made aware that her family are concerned for her well-being.
A vehicle associated to her was located in the Exeter Station Road area and witness information indicates she accessed items from the vehicle in the last week. Police are working hard to locate her and request the public’s assistance.
Anyone with information is asked to contact their local police immediately or call 911. In the 100 Mile House area, call 250-395-2456 to speak with an officer or BC Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS(8477). Please refer to file 2022-202.
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