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Terrace RCMP need the public's help in finding missing woman Jaswinder Taggar

Darpan News Desk Terrace RCMP, 15 Aug, 2022 10:59 AM
  • Terrace RCMP need the public's help in finding missing woman Jaswinder Taggar

The Terrace RCMP are requesting the public’s help in locating Jaswinder Taggar whose whereabouts is unknown.

Taggar was last seen on the morning of July 17, 2022, in the family home and appeared to be in good health at the time. It is believed that she is without her wallet, cell phone, and ID. The family reports that this is very out of character and is concerned for her well-being.

The RCMP is engaged in this investigation, however, efforts to locate her have been unsuccessful at this time.

Taggar is described as:

  • South Asian Female
  • 59 years old
  • 155 cms (5’1)
  • 55 kgs (121 lbs)
  • Black hair
  • Brown eyes

If you have any information about Taggar, or where she might be, contact the Terrace RCMP

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