Vigil set for missing Fort St. John woman

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A candle light vigil will be held for a missing Fort St. John woman on Wednesday.

Abigail Andrews was pregnant when she went missing on April 7th. She has not been in contact with her family, and investigating RCMP members have not provided an update on the case.

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The candle light vigil will begin at Centennial Park at 7:30 p.m., where candles will be available for the event.

Participants will then walk to the New Frontier Bar, where Andrews worked.

There will be a missing person’s prayer followed by a photo slide show. Complimentary coffee and non-alcoholic beverages will be served and there will be a shuttle bus available to take participants to Centennial Park or home.

Those under 19 years of age are invited to walk in the vigil; however, they will not be permitted in the New Frontier Bar.

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