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Family concerned as Julianna Thorne's whereabouts unknown

Police need public help in locating Julianna Reagan. - Courtesy RCMP
Police need public help in locating Julianna Reagan.
— image credit: Courtesy RCMP

Have you seen Julianna Thorne?

If so, call the police who want information about her whereabouts after Thorne — who requires medication — left her home near Cowichan District Hospital without telling anyone where she was going.

Cpl. Krista Hobday of the North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP says caregiver for Patrice Reagan contacted police at around 10 a.m. April 12 to report Thorne had walked away from her care home on Stonehaven Place, without a word

"Friends and family have not heard from her. A thorough search of locations where Ms. Thorne is believed to frequent has not turned up any clues as to her whereabouts," Hobday's release says.

Thorne suffers from conditions requiring medication.

She does not have her medication with her. Thorne is described as a 51-year-old, balding First Nations woman, standing five-foot one, weighing 98 pounds, with brown eyes.

Contact the North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP at 250-748-5522.

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