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Police confirm Calgary woman located following disappearance lasting nearly 10 days
A surveillance camera still of Bonita Hay recorded on July 6, 2018 and an undated photograph of the woman who remains unaccounted for (CPS)
Published Tuesday, July 10, 2018 8:12PM MDT
Last Updated Monday, July 16, 2018 4:57PM MDT
Officials with the Calgary Police Service confirm the search for Bonita Hay, the 68-year-old woman who was last seen Friday, July 6 in a southeast community, has ended and she is safe.
Police had released a request for tips from the public on Tuesday, July 10.
Details regarding Hay's whereabouts during her disappearance have not been released.
The Calgary Police Service is asking for assistance with their ongoing search for a Calgary woman who was last seen Friday, July 6 in a southeast community.
According to police, the family of Bonita Carol Hay has not heard from the 68-year-old in days which is out of character for her. The last known whereabouts of Hay, who also goes by her maiden name of Heilman, was in Deer Run and police have released a surveillance footage still of her that was recorded on July 6.
Hay is described as:
- A Caucasian woman
- Approximately 155 cm (5’1”) tall
- Weighing roughly 91 kg (200 lbs)
- Having blonde hair and brown eyes
Hay’s vehicle, a red Ford F150 truck with Alberta licence plate BNL 5640, is also missing.
Anyone with information regarding Hay’s whereabouts or the location of her truck is asked to contact the Calgary Police Service at 403-266-1234 or anonymous tips may be submitted to Crime Stoppers.