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MISSING – Have you seen this pink flower from missing woman’s Jeep?

(Image: RCMP)

Police are turning to the public to help locate more clues into the disappearance of Shannon White, including a pink flower missing from her recovered vehicle.

White has not been seen or heard from since Nov. 1, 2021, when she is believed to have left for work in her Jeep TJ. Her disappearance is being treated as suspicious.

“For Shannon to have missed work and not be in contact with friends and family, is completely out of character for her,” said Corp. Dave Marshall, Kamloops RCMP Serious Crimes Unit.

“Currently, we believe she departed her Lower Sahali residence in her Jeep around 8 a.m. on Monday Nov. 1,” he said.

“Shannon was supposed to be at her job at Kamloops Hyundai on Notre Dame at 8:30 a.m., but she did not arrive. We later located her Jeep parked on Nicola Street near 3rd Avenue on Nov. 2.”

When her Jeep was located, a pink flower that typically sits above her spare tire was no longer there.

Police are asking anyone with information regarding White’s whereabouts to contact them; specifically, anyone who may have seen her or her Jeep on Monday, Nov. 1, or may have residential, commercial or dash cam video surveillance in the Lower Sahali, Notre Dame, and downtown areas.

“We are also requesting the public, including Shannon’s large Jeep community, to be on the lookout for the pink flower that she had on her Jeep,” said Cpl. Marshall.

White is described as:

32 years old

5’5

180 lbs

blonde hair

green eyes

fair skin

Jeep description:

black 1997 TJ model

B.C. license plate KA0 22N

turquoise palm print decal on the driver’s side mirror

turquoise ‘Wander Lust’ decal on the passenger side of the hood with a circular pattern between the two words

Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to contact the Kamloops RCMP at 250-828-3000 and reference file number 2021-38386.

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