Laura Pesek has been missing since May 4. If you see her

Police seek help locating missing woman

Laura Pesek has been missing since Saturday morning

The Mission RCMP is turning to the public to help find Laura Pesek, who went missing from the Dewdney Trunk Road and Pilgrim Street area on the morning of May 4.

The 51-year-old was last seen driving to a nearby store. Her vehicle has been located and it is believed Pesek left on foot. An extensive search by police and Mission Search and Rescue have come up empty so far.

The RCMP said Pesek’s disappearance could be the result of her suffering from a medical condition. They said this type of behaviour is not normal for Pesek.

Pesek is described as 5’4”, 130 to 140 pounds, with brown hair and blonde streaks in a ponytail. She was dressed in grey checkered pyjamas and a black hoodie.

Anyone who has seen Laura Pesek is asked to call the Mission RCMP at 604-826-7161.

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