Author Topic: Violet Marie HEATHEN 48- Missing May 14th, 2009. Lloydminster AB  (Read 4277 times)

Edsonmom

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File #: 2009573447
Investigating Agency: RCMP Lloydminster Detachment (306-825-6350)
Date Last Seen: May 14, 2009
Place Last Seen: Lloydminster, Alberta
Gender: Female
Age at Time of Disappearance: 48 years
Height: 170cm; 5'7"
Hair Colour: Black
Clothing/Jewelry Worn at Time of Disappearance:
Pink & White Jacket
Additional Information:
HEATHEN has not been seen since May 14th, 2009.
Contact Information:
If you have any information regarding the disappearance of this person, please contact
the investigating agency using the number provided above or Crime Stoppers at
1-800-222-TIPS (8477)
Eye Colour: Brown
Scars/Marks/Tattoos: Not Known
Violet Marie HEATHEN
Weight: 68kg; 150lbs
Missing Person

http://www.albertamissingpersons.ca/images/stories/library/data_files/HEATHEN_Violet.pdf

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Re: Violet Marie HEATHEN 48- Missing May 14th, 2009. Lloydminster AB
« Reply #1 on: February 03, 2011, 10:10:40 PM »
Not knowing makes it worseThe 49-year-old from the Onion Lake First Nation has not picked up her social assistance cheques since then. Police investigators say there's been no activity on her bank account, and no one in her large extended family has heard from her, Heathen's sister, Ruby Whitstone, said in a recent interview.

"It's not like her to take off. In fact, if she got stuck somewhere she always phoned someone for a ride," Whitstone recalled.

"What shocks me is that there are lots of people who don't know about her disappearance."Violet Heathen was last seen wearing and pink and white jacket and blue jeans. She is 5'7" tall and weighs about 150 pounds. There is a tattoo of violets on her left hand.

"She was very honest, very trusting," Whitstone said. "She would never hold a grudge on anybody, she's just really easy to get along with."

After she was reported missing, rumours and tips prompted Heathen's loved ones to make several trips into Alberta, where they distributed posters in Edmonton, Calgary and Red Deer.

Although she believes RCMP investigators when they tell her they are working hard to find her sister, Whitstone said they've been unable to share any details about their efforts.

"It gets frustrating."

http://www.ottawacitizen.com/news/knowing+makes+worse/2127951/story.html
« Last Edit: February 03, 2011, 10:12:11 PM by Concerned »