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Friends of missing woman try to raise national awareness

 

A group of friends of a missing Fort St. John woman are trying to get Abigail Andrews story brought to a bigger audience.

Wenonah Rosenburger has started a letter campaign to the CBC’s 5th Estate, in an attempt to get her friend’s case on the show.

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While she has been in contact with the show’s producers, she hopes that more letters to the popular show will help Andrews get on the show and thus, raise more awareness about the missing woman.

Rosenburger says that she was prompted to write the letter to the popular show, when she noticed that her friend’s case had gone cold and had not been placed in the Missing Persons files at all.

While Rosenburger has been in contact with producers of the 5th Estate, she hopes that if more people write in as well, that Andrews’ case will be highlighted and that her friend will finally be put on the province wide Missing Persons registry.

If you would like to get involved, Rosenburger encourages you to visit the Facebook page named “Fort St. John- Missing Person-Abigail Andrews” for more information, or to email the CBC at fifth@toronto.cbc.ca

Andrews went missing last April 7th, went she was last seen walking from her apartment on 99th Avenue. She was in her first trimester at the time.

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