UPDATE: RCMP still seek public assistance in locating 54 year old Pass Creek woman
UPDATE: Early this morning around 1 am, Nolie was identified as having been in a Denny's restaurant in Kelowna. She left before staff there realized she is a missing person. She was enquiring about how to get to Edmonton, Abbotsford, or Victoria. She does not have means to pay for transportation to any of these places. RCMP are asking that anyone that may give her a ride or see her trying to obtain a ride to call the nearest police.
The Castlegar RCMP are asking for the public's help in locating a 54 year old woman from Pass Creek.
Darilee Nolie left her Pass Creek home yesterday and has not returned. She was last seen at approximately 3 pm when she was given a ride to the Crescent Valley bridge. She may have been hitch hiking towards Slocan Park, but that has not been confirmed.
Nolie is described as 5-foot-4 tall, weighing approximately 220 pounds, she is aboriginal and believed to be wearing a large burgundy jacket. There is no other information on what other clothing she was wearing when she left.
Nolie has limited cognitive abilities and therefore functions like a young child socially.
Nolie has left her home in the past and has been located in neighbouring cities.
If you see her, please contact the police so that she can be returned home.