The family of Ashley Morin joined members of the North Battleford, Saskatchewan community to raise money at an event last night to continue their search.
Morin, 31, has been missing since July 10.
The RCMP’s major crimes unit is treating her disappearance as suspicious.
“We want whoever had anything to do with her disappearance just at least let us know where she is so we can bring her home,” said her uncle Randy Bird.
Last week the family searched the banks of the North Saskatchewan river in North Battleford after receiving an anonymous tip.
“There’s gotta be somebody, somebody that has some information about ashley and if they do you know I just encourage them you know to come forward. and you know to give the family some sort of closure,” said Dean Powder who helped last nights event.
Those who knew Morin said its unusual for her to lose contact with her family.
“It was really out of character for her because Ashley is quite an outgoing athletic young lady,” said Bird. “The last I heard she was working full-time at our gold eagle casino here in North Battleford, she was doing really well.”
The family raised more than $4,000 at last nights event to keep the search going.