Missing Nova Scotia woman’s family creates video to appeal for information
DARTMOUTH – The family of a missing Nova Scotia woman has created a video to plea for more information in the 29-year-old’s disappearance.
Catie Miller has not been heard from since July 15, when she texted her mother. A cell phone linked to the case was discovered near the Dartmouth Sportsplex about a month later, but Halifax Regional Police will not confirm whether the phone belonged to the woman.
Catie’s family, including her parents, gathered near her apartment building on Windmill Road in Dartmouth on Saturday to record a video for social media.
“We’re hoping it will give us additional exposure because Catie’s been missing almost six weeks now and we want to do everything we can to get the word out as far and wide as we can,” said her father, John Miller.
In the video, family and friends hold posters featuring Catie’s photos, as they appeal for more information from the public and address the young woman.
“Just know that we love you so very much and we need you to come home,” said her mother, Terry Miller.
Since her disappearance, volunteers have plastered missing posters throughout Halifax and the province. Posters have also made their way across the country and have been widely shared online.
Anyone with information about Catie Miller’s disappearance is asked to contact Halifax Regional Police at (902) 490-5020 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.