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Photo:  One of the billboards of Abigail Andrews – Adam Reaburn/


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By Adam Reaburn

Friends and family of missing person Abigail Andrews are hoping billboards in the area will help bring in more tips about the case.

Abigail Andrews went missing on April 7th, and was last seen leaving her apartment on 99th avenue in Fort St. John. Beth Cobbett is Andrew’s aunt and has been leading the campaign to erect the billboards.

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The two billboards are located on the Alaska Highway, north and south of Fort St. John.

Money is still needed to help pay for the billboards. If you’d like to make a donation you can visit any Scotia Bank branch in Canada. The account is "In Trust for Abigail Andrews", transit number 10660 account number 0098485.


Police have released few details about the investigation to date.

Abigail Andrews is described as six feet tall, 200 pounds, with brown hair. She has hazel eyes and a tattoo of tribal art on her lower back. She was last seen wearing a black mid-length, belted trench coat, dark pants and black sequined ballet flats.


If you have any information about the Abigail Andrews case, call the Fort St. John RCMP at 250-787-8140 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or online at



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