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Two years later, RCMP continue investigation into missing woman

Andria Meise, 36, was originally reported missing to Kelowna RCMP in November 2012, although further investigation revealed that she was last seen sometime between July and September 2010 by a family member, in the downtown Grande Prairie area.

At that time, Meise indicated she may travel to Prince George.

RCMP says Meise “is believed to have been involved in a high risk lifestyle since her teenage years,” and continue to say she may use the alias of Andy or Angie, or even go by the surname of Woodhouse.

Her family is concerned for her well-being because although she frequently moved around, Meise always kept in touch with them and let them know where she may be headed.

Meise is known to spend time in Grade Prairie, Dawson Creek, Fort St. John, Kelowna and Vancouver.

She is described as “Caucasian in appearance” with Aboriginal heritage, 5’11, approximately 135 pounds, having brown eyes and shoulder length dark brown hair.

Previous pleas to the public have yet to generate significant leads, although the RCMP says they “have actively pursued every investigative avenue and will continue to do so until she is found.”

If you have any information regarding the disappearance or whereabouts of Andria Meise, contact the Grande Prairie detachment at 780 830 5700 or call Crime Stoppers at 1 800 222 8477.

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