Missing Langley Woman – RCMP hand over case of woman missing from Langley City in Columbia on Saturday.
Columbia, CANADA – The case of the missing langley woman is now been handled by Major Crime Unit.
Naomi Onotera, 40 year-old who is an elementary school teacher has been missing since Saturday, August 28th.
According to a press release yesterday, the case is now been handled by the Major Crime unit. This the authorities believe will help find her.
Missing Langley woman description:
The 40 year-old was described as a female who is approximately 5’5″ feet tall and weighs about 170 pounds. She has brown hair and brown eyes.
Naomi’s last known clothing description was given as a wearing black, stretchy pants that had a slight flair at the bottom, and a black T-shirt.
Authorities are searching for the woman after a CCTV footage was seen of her in a super market.
A Facebook group has also been started by the family of Missing Trina Hunt who was found dead in March two months after she was missing.
Anyone who has more information that can help find Naomi Onotera has been asked to contact the RCMP on at 604-532-3200.
Social media interaction to Missing Langley Woman:
RCMP Serious Crimes unit called in to investigate case of missing Langley woman
— The Vancouver Sun (@VancouverSun) September 1, 2021
A large search effort is underway for a Langley City woman who went missing over the weekend.
— CTV News Vancouver (@CTVVancouver) August 30, 2021
— Sherry (@SherryElls) September 1, 2021