18 Months Since Madison Scott’s Disappearance (from HQ Prince George)


Original article at HQ Prince George

Monday, December 3, 2012 – 4:52 PM
By Jeff Sargeant
Prince George, BC

It’s now been a year and six months since the disappearance of Madison Scott from a party at Hogsback Lake.

The 20-year old Vanderhoof woman has not been seen since May 28th, 2011, and there have been no solid leads on her whereabouts despite a massive campaign for tips.

RCMP Sergeant Rob Vermeulen says the case remains very much active.

“The investigation into the disappearance of Madison Scott remains ongoing

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. There’s been a lot of publicity on the case, which is great, including international publicity. We continue to follow up on any tips that do come in.”

Vermeulen says even though it’s been 18 months since Scott was last seen, every tip is incredibly important for investigators.

He says police should be made aware of anything remotely related to the case and urges the public to call Vanderhoof RCMP, your local detachment, or Crime Stoppers.

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