Woman with Northern Alberta ties missing in Saskatchewan
Marley Cook was last seen at a residence in Gull Lake, Saskatchewan, but is known to have ties to northern Alberta.
ST. PAUL, Alberta— A woman with ties to the St. Paul area has been reported missing, and Swift Current Rural RCMP are hoping the public can help find her.
Marley Cook, 37, was last seen at a residence in Gull Lake, Saskatchewan around 5 p.m. on May 28.
« Her family has not been in contact with her since, » according to RCMP information.
Marley is described as 5ft 3in, weighing 120lbs, with brown eyes and the medium to long black hair she normally wears. She has a scar on her right jaw.
When last seen, she was wearing a tank top and shorts.
“She has ties to the Saint Paul, Alberta area, but it is unconfirmed if she left Saskatchewan,” police said.
It has been reported that Marley may be looking to hitchhike. Police are asking anyone who may have been driving someone matching their description to please report it as it may help the ongoing investigation.
If you have any information on the whereabouts of Marley Cook, please call Swift Current Rural RCMP at 306-778-5550 or 310-RCMP, 911 for emergencies or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1 -800-222-8477.