Investigation into Chelsea Cardno disappearance will continue until she’s found – Kelowna News

‘I will never give up hope’

Police say the investigation into the disappearance of Chelsea Cardno will continue until she is located.

“We will continue to follow-up on any tips or investigative avenues and work with COSAR to determine future search avenues,” said Staff Sgt. Janelle Shoihet of the BC RCMP on Wednesday.

Cardno, 31, vanished after leaving her home on June 14 at around 8 am to walk her dog JJ along Mission Creek. Her vehicle was found parked on Pasadena Road, but besides that, no trace of her has been found. It is believed she may have fallen into the high-running creek.

Her mother, Diane, took to Facebook on Wednesday to express gratitude for the community’s efforts in finding her daughter.

She highlighted the efforts of volunteers with Central Okanagan Search and Rescue for their “unwavering” dedication to finding Cardno “even when the weather and levels of creek have not been favourable.”

“To the RCMP who have been tirelessly following up on the overwhelming amount of leads leads and eliminating all other possible scenarios,” Diane continued.

She also thanked the members of the public who showed up on Saturday for a search party along Mission Creek.

“It really does take your community coming together to make things happen and for that I will be forever grateful.”

“I will never give up hope, she is my second born, my baby girl, my sweet pea.”

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