UPDATE: Missing White Rock 58-year-old has been located, police say

Mounties say Cynthia Neale, missing since last Friday, is safe

UPDATE: Police said Wednesday (Aug. 21) that White Rock resident Cynthia Neale has been located and is safe. No further information was shared.

White Rock RCMP are appealing for help from the public in locating a 58-year-old woman who was last seen on Friday (Aug. 16) morning.

Const. Chantal Sears said Cynthia Neale was reported missing on Sunday.

She was last seen at her home, in the 1300-block of Vidal Street.

“It’s unusual for her to not have any contact,” Sears said.

Neale is described as Caucasian, 120lbs, with white hair and blue eyes. She was last seen wearing a denim jacket and shorts of an unknown colour.

She is known to frequent Vancouver and the public library, Sears added.

As of Peace Arch News’ press deadline, Neale had not been located.

Anyone with information on Neale’s whereabouts is asked to contact police at 778-593-3600.

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