Shirley Lee Cletheroe Missing – Update

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It has been two years now since a 45 year old Fort St. John woman went missing and, there are still no reports concerning her whereabouts.

Shirley Lee Cletheroe was last reportedly seen, on June 9th of 2006 but, has had no known contact with family or friends since then.

So far as we know the local RCMP case file remains open but, there are no new leads.

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The initial description of the missing native woman said she was five feet three inches tall, with a medium build, black hair, brown eyes and she wore glasses.

The public is reminded that the local RCMP detachment number is 787-81-40.

In addition, if you have any new information for police on the case but, wish to remain anonymous, you can call crime stoppers at 1-800-222-84-77.

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