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B.C. family haunted by daughter's disappearance more than a year ago

10/30/2014 01:30 EDT | Updated 12/30/2014 05:59 EST
KAMLOOPS, B.C. - The mystery of what happened to a 21-year-old B.C. woman continues to haunt her family more than a year after she disappeared.

Caitlin Murray was last seen on Sept. 30, 2013, on video surveillance, at about 12:45 a.m., as she parked her car near the Fraser Bridge Hotel in Quesnel.

Mounties searched the immediate area, including a foot bridge, the Fraser River and surrounding parks.

Search-and-rescue crews and an RCMP plane were also used, but there was no sign of Murray.

Her parents, Chris and Carmen Carr, are pleading for answers to their daughter's whereabouts.

Insomnia and anxiety plague Carmen Carr's life and her husband finds himself pulling U-turns at the sight of a young blonde girl who may resemble his daughter.

Their younger son is only now grasping the void in his family, thinking of his big sister every time it rains because the siblings liked walking in the rain together.

Carmen and Chris Murray have even called on psychics for answers and continue searching along the mighty Fraser.

Their daughter had recently graduated from a care-aide program, her dreams of becoming a nurse that much closer.

RCMP are treating the matter as a missing persons case, but say no foul play is suspected.

Murray is described as five feet tall, 120 pounds, with a slim build, blonde hair and blue eyes. She was last seen wearing black yoga pants, a blue T-shirt and a hoodie.

RCMP are asking anyone with information to call them. (Kamloops This Week)