Canada Police search for missing woman last seen in northeast Edmonton

22:37  10 december  2017
22:37  10 december  2017 Source:   Edmonton Journal

Edmonton woman, 22, charged in stolen airport shuttle bus incident

  Edmonton woman, 22, charged in stolen airport shuttle bus incident Edmonton woman, 22, charged in stolen airport shuttle bus incident At approximately 4 p.m. Sunday, a woman entered an empty Sky Shuttle bus that was parked and running at the airport, according to Alberta RCMP.

Police are searching for 35-year old Tantalia Hall. She was last seen Sunday in the 1000 block of 48th Street, Northeast . Missing Person Tantalia Hall Last seen 11/12 in the 1000 b/o of 48th Street, NE.

Edmonton . Gil had been reported missing after she was last seen Oct. 2. leaving her home in northeast Calgary. Calgary Police issued a release Friday afternoon to notify the public Gil was missing .

121017-Missing_-_Nadia_ATWI_-_Dec_10: Police search for missing woman last seen in northeast Edmonton © Supplied Police search for missing woman last seen in northeast Edmonton

City police are searching for a 32-year-old woman last seen Friday morning in northeast Edmonton. 

Nadia Atwi, 32, requires medication and may be confused, a police news release said Sunday. 

She was last seen near 48 Street and 146 Avenue around 6:30 a.m. Friday. Investigators believe she may be near the Rundle Park area.

Atwi is described as Lebanese, weighing between 170 and 180 pounds, and about five feet eight inches tall. She has dark brown hair and brown eyes, and was last seen wearing dark clothing.

She may be wearing a hijab and may be missing one or both of her shoes.

“Her disappearance is also considered to be out of character and therefore there are concerns for her well-being,” the release said. 

Anyone with information is asked to call police at 780-423-4567 or submit an anonymous tip to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

Suspect steals shuttle bus from airport, drives it to West Edmonton Mall .
Someone stole a shuttle bus at Edmonton International Airport and drove it to the West Edmonton Mall on Sunday evening. RCMP Sgt. Jack Poitras confirmed one person was arrested near the 178th Street entrance to the mall around 6 p.m. Poitras could not confirm the route that the suspect took to get from the airport to the mall. A Skyshuttle bus could be seen lodged in the parkade close to the 178th Street entrance with police cars behind it.   Both RCMP and Edmonton police are involved as the bus was stolen in one jurisdiction and the suspect was arrested in another.

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