10-13-2016, 12:03 AM #1
Canada - Santana Hoybak, 30, Spruce Grove, Alberta, 4 Oct 2016‘We’re fearing the worst’: family of Edmonton woman not heard from since filing complaint with Spruce Grove RCMP
The family of a missing Edmonton woman is desperately searching for answers.
Santana Lawrason-Hoybak was last heard from more than a week ago when she went to an RCMP detachment to report a crime.
Now, as Quinn Ohler reports, their biggest fear is that she's going to be a part of the growing list of missing and murdered women cases that are never solved.
Santana Lawrason-Hoybak was last heard from earlier this month, when she went to the Spruce Grove RCMP detachment on Oct. 4 and used the after-hours phone to report that she was the victim of a violent crime.
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Lawrason-Hoybak, 30, lives a high-risk lifestyle and works the streets of Edmonton. Because of this, her cousin and sister are afraid her disappearance isn’t being treated seriously.
Hayes, along with Santana’s sister, Paris Lawrason, have been putting up posters in hopes someone may have seen her.
“If you’ve seen her, talked to her, just let us know she’s OK,” Paris Lawrason said.
The family has been through a lot in recent weeks. On the same day Paris Lawrason found out her sister was missing, she buried her brother, Christopher Lee Giroux, Edmonton’s 33rd homicide victim of 2016.*********Hooks up!
10-14-2016, 10:30 PM #3
On Friday, Mounties said they are no longer looking for a 30-year-old Edmonton woman – not seen since filing a complaint at an RCMP detachment 10 days ago – after receiving “credible information” she is safe and unharmed.
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