GP RCMP looking for missing woman

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RCMP are asking for your help as they hunt for a missing 33-year old Grande Prairie woman.

Police say she goes by "Jody" or "Jessie" with the last names "Hockett" or "Smith" and was reported missing by a concerned family member on February 27th.

The woman was last seen on February 22nd getting into a car at a Grande Prairie hotel. "Jody" is described as white, about 5’5" tall and 140lbs. with blue eyes and long blonde hair.

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If you have any information on her whereabouts, Grande Prairie RCMP would like you to call them (780-830-5700) or Crime Stoppers (1-800-222-8477)

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