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    Canada - Angeline Pete, 29, North Vancouver, 21 May 2011

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Angeli...60420103976826

    If you see Angeline Pete please Call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
    http://www.ctvbc.ctv.ca/servlet/an/l...ource=ctvbc.ca


    Family still seeks missing North Vancouver woman




    Angeline Pete, now 29, was last seen in North Vancouver on May 29

    Descrepancy in timeline. Family says 21st, the above article states 29th.

    http://bc.rcmp.ca/ViewPage.action?si...ontentId=22128

    On May 25, 2011, Ms. Pete became aware of an arrest warrant issued for failing to appear in court.

    - On May 26, 2011, Ms. Pete was last seen by a friend when she left her residence in North Vancouver.

    - On August 08, 2011, Ms. Pete was first reported to the police as missing by Ms. Molly Dixon, her mother.
    http://www.globaltvbc.com/angeline+p...237/story.html

    Angie does have a child. A 7 yr old Son.

    Prayers that she if found swiftly and safely.
    Last edited by summer_breeze; 05-07-2012 at 10:22 AM.

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    Family of missing woman preparing for Christmas without her

    They've had many tips but no new leads into the disappearance of a North Vancouver mother missing since May.

    Chris Kennedy, the officer in charge of the case, says it's tough for her family as they prepare for a Christmas without 29-year-old Angeline Pete.

    More: http://www.news1130.com/news/local/a...as-without-her

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    RCMP provide update on missing person investigation

    In response to the recent article in The Province newspaper regarding Angeline Pete, the North Vancouver RCMP would like to bring clarification and account to this active investigation.

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    • On May 25, 2011 Angeline Pete became aware of an arrest warrant issued for failing to appear in court.
    • On May 26, 2011 Angeline was last seen by her family when she left her residence in North Vancouver.
    • On August 08, 2011 Angeline Pete was reported missing by her family to the North Vancouver RCMP.
    • The missing person file was initially investigated by North Vancouver General Duty members.
    • On August 16, 2011 the North Vancouver RCMP issued a press release appealing to the public for any information regarding Pete to assist in her being located.
    • On September 13, 2011 the North Vancouver Serious Crime Unit took over the investigation.

    More: http://bc.rcmp.ca/ViewPage.action?si...ontentId=22110

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    Bumping for Angeline, missing 2 years.

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    This is Angeline's MySpace
    http://www.bebo.com/Profile.jsp?MemberId=8724969900

    And her Facebook
    http://www.facebook.com/angeline.pete

    Now she could just know some real tardy people, or someone else accessed her FB, but she made two friends last year. They could have been accepting old requests, of course.

    The help find page seems to have gone but her mom is still missing her
    Justice for Jennifer


    Rest in peace Danielle and Tammy

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    http://bc.ctvnews.ca/family-of-missi...peal-1.1844347

    “There’s days I can’t even sleep you know wondering where she is, what happened to her,” her mother Molly Dixon said at a press conference Thursday. “There’s days I walk through the streets hoping to find [her], bump into her.”

    “We need some closure here and my grandson needs his mom back,” Dixon said.

    North Vancouver RCMP Cpl. Richard De Jong said police officers remain committed to the investigation. The RCMP has investigated more than 150 tips and conducted lie-detector tests on persons of interest relating to Pete’s disappearance.

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    God bless this poor family. I read about this in the news today. Was wondering if the family has ever set up a "Missing" Facebook Page on Angeline, to help raise awareness, to get her picture going around, for help putting up missing posters, etc. Anybody know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LayzeeDayzee View Post
    God bless this poor family. I read about this in the news today. Was wondering if the family has ever set up a "Missing" Facebook Page on Angeline, to help raise awareness, to get her picture going around, for help putting up missing posters, etc. Anybody know?
    There used to be a Facebook page for her. I think it was removed. Not sure why.

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    None of the RCMP links work anymore...why would that be?

    This older report has some additional details:

    Missing woman case passed to serious crime unit after police find alleged attacker
    October 24, 2011

    ...She said family members are aware that Ms. Pete “had her lip split open” when she was hit by a man the night before she was last seen by friends. Ms. Calder said police had been unable to locate the man until recently. “He was in for questioning. … I don’t know if he is still a person of interest or what,” she said.
    Read more: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/...article558763/

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    September 13, 2014 11:17 am
    The mysterious disappearance of Angeline Pete
    http://globalnews.ca/news/1561789/th...angeline-pete/
    On August 6, 2012, mother of two Tamala Wells drove away from her home in Detroit. She has not been seen or heard from since she made her last phone call at 11:45 pm. Her car was recovered three days later, 20 minutes away from her home. Friends and family members are baffled.


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    On August 6, 2012, mother of two Tamala Wells drove away from her home in Detroit. She has not been seen or heard from since she made her last phone call at 11:45 pm. Her car was recovered three days later, 20 minutes away from her home. Friends and family members are baffled.


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    An excellent article was recently done on Angeline Pete. The author briefly met her a little bit before her disappearance and she really delves into her life and the circumstances surrounding the case.

    Disappeared: Reconstructing a Life to Find a Missing Mother

    http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/...ticle31388904/

    On May 25, police issued a warrant for her arrest for breaching the conditions of her sentence. North Vancouver RCMP say an officer went to the couple’s apartment that day to execute the warrant and found Mr. Calden on the phone with Angeline. The officer spoke to her, and she said she would call him back. She did, telling him she was no longer in the area; he encouraged her to turn herself in.

    Since then, nobody, as far as police and her family know, has heard from her.

    Her grandmother, Eileen, and her aunts missed her regular phone calls and noticed that she had stopped texting and posting messages or photos on Facebook. But she was known to leave town abruptly, and family members hoped she might be on the road, perhaps working with a carnival as she had done before.

    Her mother was living in Prince Rupert at the time, 760 kilometres northwest of Vancouver as the crow flies, but left messages for Angeline at the First United Church shelter and at the Carnegie Centre, a Downtown Eastside community hub. She heard nothing back. Her grandmother, worried at not having heard from Angeline, urged Ms. Dixon to call police.

    She made a report, and North Vancouver RCMP opened a file on Aug. 8, 2011.
    Cpl. Reid has talked to dozens of people about Angeline, including her former fiancé, Robert Calden, and her former boyfriend, Darryl Stauffer.

    He and other officers have followed up on well over 100 tips, including what turned out to be a bogus claim by someone in jail that he had spoken to Angeline after she disappeared. “I would say I have invested more hours on this than any other file I have worked on in four years,” he says.

    RCMP say Mr. Calden was questioned, submitted to a polygraph test and has co-operated with the investigation.

    Cpl. Reid has Angeline’s dental records. More than once, he has taken images to the scene when alerted to the discovery of an unidentified body. He always wonders if it’s her.
    The last time Angeline visited her son, in April, 2011, she brought him a Detroit Red Wings jersey. They were his favourite team.

    Mr. Stauffer says young Darryl is doing well in school and loves to play hockey, a sport his father says saved his own life as a teenager, by connecting him to friends who had something positive going on in their lives.

    He wants the same for his son. So he does all he can to get Darryl Jr. to practices and tournaments. His aunties and his grandmother cheer him on.

    “That’s why he wants to play hockey – so if he gets famous, his mom will find him.”



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