KAMLOOPS, B.C. — Natalie Marie Adams, age 18, blond hair, grayish-blue eyes, 5’6″, with a small beauty mark on her upper lip just right of center; have you seen her?
According to Darren Liebrecht, president and chief executive officer of the National Association of Professional Drivers, she was picked up by a truck driver at a Winnipeg truck stop location (possibly in the Headingly area) on Oct. 24.
The driver claimed to be going strait through to Vancouver and offered to drive her there, but she never made it. The missing young woman was last heard from on the following day from just outside Calgary, at 11:00 p.m. She presumably called from either the Strathmore Husky or even the Jumping Pound Petro-Canada truck stop/card-lock.
If anyone has seen Natalie or knows anything information as to the person she was with and the vehicle she was riding in, please call our office (250-554-2067) or your local police department as soon as possible.
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