Missing Hamilton woman recently spotted in Niagara Region
Published March 1, 2022 at 6:05 pm
A Hamilton woman who has been missing for nearly two weeks was spotted in a rural Niagara Region recently.
Police in Hamilton have reiterated a request for the public’s assistance in locating missing 33-year-old Stacie Rasberry. Rasberry, whose family is concerned for her well-being, was seen walking on Highway 20 in Wellandport in Niagara Region on Saturday, Feb. 19, shortly after 3 p.m.
At that time, Rasberry was wearing a black coat, a red toque with a pompom on the top, a pink scarf and brown boots with fur around the top. Family members have been unable to reach Stacie since Feb. 16, and reported her missing to the Hamilton Police Service on Feb. 24.
Rasberry is a white woman who is five-foot-three and 100 pounds with brown eyes and dirty-blond hair. She has a small mole on her left chin. She also has pierced ears, a butterfly tattoo on the back of her neck and a barbed wire tattoo on one finger
The Division 1 criminal investigation branch of HPS is investigating Stacie Rasberry’s disappearance. Anyone with information as to Stacie’s whereabouts are asked to call Hamilton Police at 905-546-4725.
Have You Seen Stacie Rasberry? Police now have an updated sighting of Stacie, as they continue to search for her. Police and family are concerned about her well-being. If you have info, call 905-546-4925.https://t.co/F0Nhs4j5bp
— Hamilton Police (@HamiltonPolice) March 1, 2022
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