Agassiz RCMP are requesting the assistance of the general public in finding Roxane Desiree Landman

Agassiz RCMP looking for missing person

Roxane Desiree Landman has been missing since August 30

Agassiz RCMP are requesting the assistance of the general public in finding Roxane Desiree Landman, who was reported missing from Agassiz on Aug. 31.

Landman was last seen on Aug. 30, leaving her residence in her 2005 Chevrolet Avalanche pickup truck, with British Columbia license plate HW 0056.  She has not been heard from or seen since. Landman is 54 years old and is described as about 5 foot 7 inches, shoulder length dyed blonde hair, with highlights, that would either be worn down or in a braid.

Landman is 120 pounds, has blue eyes, wears glasses, she has tattoos on her arms and neck.

“If anyone has information concerning Roxane Landman, we need to hear from them,” said Cst. Ashley St. Germaine.  “We are concerned for her well-being, she may be in need of medical treatment.”

Anyone having knowledge of Landman is asked to contact Agassiz RCMP at 604-796-2211, reference Agassiz file 2014-29686, or if you wish to remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).

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