Manitoba First Nations Police still searching for woman who disappeared in 1999 – CTV News

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Manitoba First Nations Police still searching for woman who disappeared in 1999 – CTV News

by ahnationtalk on October 28, 202042 Views

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba First Nations Police Service is asking the public for any information regarding a cold case of a missing woman.

Mary Lisa Smith was reported missing on Aug. 8, 1999, by her family. Police said she disappeared after she discharged herself from the Mental Institution in Selkirk, Man.

Police believe she may have been suffering from head trauma due to an assault in 1995 and police added she had  schizophrenia and was required to take medication for it.

First Nations police said there were reports that Smith may have gone to the Vancouver area, but police weren’t able to confirm that detail.

Read More: https://winnipeg.ctvnews.ca/manitoba-first-nations-police-still-searching-for-woman-who-disappeared-in-1999-1.5163289

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