Abigail Andrews was pregnant when she went missing over three years ago from Fort St. John. Now, Mounties have re-enacted her last sighting in the hope of triggering memories and generating new tips about her disappearance.
Andrews, who was 28 at the time, was last seen leaving her Fort St. John home on April 7, 2010 on the way to visit a male friend, the RCMP said in a Tuesday news release.
The video shows an actress walking away from a residence as Cpl. Bill Robinson with the force's Serious Crimes Unit explains her case.
Robinson states that Andrews was approximately three months pregnant at the time of her disappearance, and that she last had contact with her family at 7 p.m. that evening before she left her home.
The video also has interviews with Debbie and Doug Andrews, Abigail's parents, who explain that they were shopping for baby supplies about two days before she disappeared.
"She was very excited about getting all this baby stuff," Doug said. "We got a high chair, a stroller, a playpen, teddy bears, clothes, she had Pampers that she was stockpiling, she was stockpiling food, all kinds of garments and goodies in preparation for the birth of this child."
The police investigation, which is treating Andrews' case as a possible murder, has identified a suspect and officers believe that this person has spoken to others about what they did.
The Mounties are asking these people to come forward and report any information, no matter how insignificant they believe it is.
Andrews is described as a white woman, about six feet tall and 200 pounds, with long dark brown hair, hazel eyes and fair skin. She also has a tattoo of tribal art on her lower back.
She was last seen wearing black pants, a white shirt with a dark vest and jacket.
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