PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — The trucking community is being asked to help find one of its own, as the search continues for a missing woman who is the daughter of a B.C. Trucking Association (BCTA) member.
Nicole Hoar disappeared last month while hitchhiking from Prince George to Smithers — a town about 370km away.
Hoar, a Red Deer resident who was on leave from her tree planting job, was last seen June 21at a Mohawk gas station along Hwy. 13 near Gauthier Road between 1 p.m. and 4. Her disappearance is being viewed as suspicious and a $25,000 reward has been posted for information on her whereabouts.
Hoar is the sixth woman to disappear on the stretch of road since 1990. She is 25 years old, and when last seen she was wearing capris pants and a red long-sleeved soccer top with the number 13 on it. Anyone with information should call 250-561-3300.
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