April 12, 2017 3:36 pm
Updated: May 18, 2017 6:36 pm

Crime Stoppers: Mysterious disappearance of Madison Scott

WATCH: Madison Scott vanished on May 28th, 2011 after attending a party at Hogsback Lake, a campsite about 25 kilometres south of Vanderhoof.

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What was supposed to be a fun night out with friends for a young Vanderhoof woman turned into a lifetime of anguish for her parents who haven’t stopped searching…

The last time Madison Scott was seen was May 28 2011. She was 20 years old.

Six years have passed, but her parents are still holding onto hope. Crime Stoppers needs your help do you have information that could lead to the whereabouts of Madison Scott?

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Madison or Maddy as her friends and family call her attended a party at Hogsback lake- about 25 kilometres south of Vanderhoof, which is not far from Highway 16.

Although, Maddy would have known the partygoers, a number of people showed up later in the night. Some of the party goers would be known to Maddy and her friends and some would not. While most people had left Hogsback Lake when the party ended, Maddy stayed behind in her tent.

Two days later, on Sunday morning, Maddy’s parents found her tent and off-white 1990 Ford F-150 Pickup truck at the camp site. Her tent had been flattened…her purse left inside the truck.

Two items are missing, her keys, which may be on a black gothic theme lanyard and her iPhone. Police believe those items may aid in the investigation.

Maddy is close with her family. Her parents describe her as a beautiful, caring and loving person with a great sense of humour. They’ve offered a reward of up to one-hundred thousand dollars for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for her disappearance.

Investigators believe that someone knows something. They’re asking anyone with information about the disappearance of Madison Scott to call police. Or if you wish to remain anonymous visit bccrimestoppers.com or call 1 800 222- 8477.

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