Search for missing Kelowna, B.C. woman to resume Saturday – Okanagan
The search for a Kelowna, B.C. woman who went missing 12 days ago will resume on Saturday.
Chelsea Cardno, 31, disappeared on the morning of Tuesday, June 14, after leaving her Rutland home to walk her young dog, JJ, along Mission Creek.
Officials believe Cardo was swept away by the fast flowing waters of the creek, but searches have turned up no trace of the missing woman or her dog. His vehicle was found in a parking lot near the creek.
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The search was hampered by rain and high water levels, although more than 100 volunteers gathered last Saturday to search for Cardno.
This Saturday, June 24, Central Okanagan Search and Rescue (COSAR) says approximately 30-35 search team members from across the region will gather to search for Cardno, including a whitewater team that will travel Mission Creek.
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COSAR also says it will also use a specialized hand-held radar device that helps search teams navigate difficult places, such as under bridges.
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Cardno’s family has now set up a Facebook page for anyone who wants to stay connected or wants to help with research.
If you have any information regarding Cardno’s disappearance, please contact the Kelowna RCMP at 250-762-3300.
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