‘Come home’: Mother pleads for help finding missing daughter in British Columbia

 

Shawnee Morita Inyallie has been missing for almost a month.

Inyallie is from Chawathil First Nation about an hour’s drive east of Vancouver in the Fraser Valley.

“She is 29, she’s homeless, but she always comes home and that is here on Chawathil,” said her brother Patrick Pete.

They organized a search party this past weekend where she is known to walk and hitchhike.

“She’s a really friendly girl and she talks to strangers, maybe too much. She’s too trusting I think,” said her aunt, Linda Peters.

Not knowing has left her mother, Rena Munro, shaking with worry.

“She is still out there somewhere and I have no idea where,” said Munro. “Please, my daughter, wherever you are come home.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact the RCMP in Hope, B.C.

6 thoughts on “‘Come home’: Mother pleads for help finding missing daughter in British Columbia

  1. Yes I hope she is found. But FYI Hope is 90 miles east of Vancouver at least 2 hours on a good accident free day

  2. Yes I hope she is found. But FYI Hope is 90 miles east of Vancouver at least 2 hours on a good accident free day

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