Driver's licence of missing St. Catharines woman found
After vanishing two years ago, a possible clue into the disappearance of St. Catharines native Ashley Simpson.
The 32 year old woman went missing near Salmon Arm, B.C. in April of 2016, and since then her family has been hoping for leads into her disappearance.
Now a driver's licence belonging to Ashley has been found 1,200 km north at a truckers lodge on the Alaska Highway.
The StarMetro is reporting the license was found earlier this month inside the tank of a sewage vacuum truck used by the Sasquatch Crossing Lodge in Pink Mountain, B.C.
The St. Catharines woman is one of five women who vanished in B.C.’s north Okanagan Valley during a two-year period.
Only the body of one of those women has ever been recovered.
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