Sicamous RCMP are seeking the public’s assistance in locating Nicole Bell, reported missing since Sept. 2.

Letter to the editor: Missing woman’s parents appreciate search effort

To take part in the banner drop, poster distribution and the drone search was an experience that we would do again.

We are grateful for all the support, prayers and volunteers who participated in the banner drop, poster distribution and drone search. The MMIW group are a fantastic group of people for organizing these events to bring awareness to these missing woman.

A big thank you goes out to them and the drone pilots, Crystal Mountain Aerial Media West Kelowna & Skyview Imagery Salmon Arm and to John Simpson for raising the funds for the purchase of a drone.

Together we can find these missing woman.

Ashley Simpson, Caitlin Potts, Deanna Wertz and our daughter, Nicole Bell

These woman are gone but not forgotten.

To those people in the neighborhood where the posters were posted, we did not mean to disrespect the neighborhood.

We are just trying to get tips on the missing woman to bring them home.

That is the area where are daughter’s phone was found. Please take note of the content and the sensitivity of them and we are asking to leave them up.

Thank you,

Jane and Dennis Aubertin,

Nicole Bell’s parents

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