High Risk Missing Person – Richmond

Shantelle was last seen in the early morning hours of November 26th when she left her residence in Richmond

Shantelle Johnson

Richmond:The Richmond RCMP is seeking the public’s assistance in locating 21 year old Shantelle Alyshia JOHNSON of Richmond BC

Shantelle was last seen in the early morning hours of November 26th when she left her residence in Richmond to meet friends in Vancouver. Shantelle has not been heard from since and attempts to contact her have been unsuccessful to this point.

Shantelle lives a high risk lifestyle, but despite this lifestyle she keeps in regular communication with her mother on a daily basis.

She was last seen wearing dark jeans, hoodie, knee high black leather boots, carrying a black leather hand bag.

Shantelle is described as a slim 21 year old Caucasian female, 5’ 5” 105lbs with short collar length blonde/brown hair. She was last seen wearing a long auburn wig.

If anyone has any information regarding Shantelle’s whereabouts they are asked to contact Cst. Brandon ZENTNER Richmond C Watch GIS @ 604-278-1212.

 

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