The Coquitlam RCMP is working to make Ann Winston’s 80th birthday want come true: discovering her lacking daughter.
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In a launch, Ann stated “she was our child.”
It could actually get to me if we might discover her. That’s precisely what I need to do.
Kim Rogelstad, also referred to as Kim Winston, was reported lacking June 5, 2007. Greater than 10 years later, Cpl. Michael McLaughlin stated police are actually releasing by no means earlier than seen photographs of Rogelstad.
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“We predict that someone near Kim is aware of one thing, and perhaps now with the passing of time, they’re lastly prepared to return ahead,” he stated.
“There’s the choice of coming ahead anonymously on Crime Stoppers and plus, with social media, the best way messages get round now has modified so we’re actually hoping someone who is aware of one thing comes ahead and lets us know.”
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“We’re attempting to jog recollections by releasing a few new photographs, and to deliver it house how essential it’s to Ann to search out her daughter. She will get teary eyed when she talks about it, she’s a stunning woman… she’s fairly pragmatic and practical that with a lot time, something might have occurred, however she would like to have closure.”
He stated that is a kind of information police are actually giving an additional push.
“As a result of someone who actually cares is at some extent in her life the place she does not really feel she has for much longer to get solutions.”
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Rogelstad is described as 43 years previous, Caucasian, with inexperienced eyes and brown hair, 5’8″ and weighing about 145 lbs. She was recognized to frequent the world of Pinetree Means and Lougheed Freeway.
When you have any info, you are requested to name Coquitlam RCMP at 604-945-1550 and ask for Lacking Individual’s Unit (file #2007-19504) or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).