Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Surete du Quebec seek help on missing L'Entrelac woman

Is it too much to ask for a better shot of this woman? This one looks like it was taken in the 60s:

Police are searching for 62-year-old Micheline Charron. She vanished from her home in the municipality of L'Entrelac Sunday night.

Police are seeking the public's help in locating a 62-year-old woman who disappeared Sunday night from her home in the municipality of L'Entrelac, about 30 kilometres northeast of Sainte-Adele.

Micheline Charron reportedly called a friend shortly before midnight in a panic, telling her she needed a ride, but would not say where she wanted to go. When the friend arrived at the house about 15 minutes later, police say the doors were unlocked and the lights were on, but Charron's Hyundai Accent was gone and she was nowhere in sight. Sûreté du Québec officers found the car at 7 a.m. Monday morning, parked on the side of the road not far from Charron's home. The motor was running, the doors were unlocked and her purse was on the seat.

According to SQ Sgt. Claude Denis, none of Charron's personal belongings, cash or credit cards appeared to be missing.

“At this point, we have many more questions than we have answers,” said Denis.

Charron is described as five-foot-three, 140 pounds, with brown hair and blue eyes.

Anyone with information related to her disappearance is asked to phone the SQ at 1-800-659-4264

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