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Large crowd shows up to help search for missing Kelowna woman

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Search resumes in Kelowna for missing woman, dog feared swept away
A large crowd gathered at the Mission Creek Greenway in Kelowna Saturday morning to help search for a 31-year-old woman who's been missing since Tuesday and her dog – Jun 18, 2022

A search for a missing Kelowna woman drew more than 100 volunteers on Saturday morning.

Chelsea Cardno was last seen on Tuesday morning as she left her residence on Dougall Road to walk her dog along the Mission Greenway.

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Her white BMW was located, parked at the north end of Pasadena Road, but there has been no trace of Cardno, with officials thinking she may have been swept away by the rising and fast-moving water of Mission Creek.

Crews from Kelowna RCMP and Central Okanagan Search and Rescue have been looking for Cardno since Tuesday.

More than 100 volunteers showed up on Saturday morning to help search for Chelsea Cardno.

On Saturday morning around 7:30 a.m., a helicopter could be seen slowly flying above Mission Creek near the H2O Centre on Gordon Drive.

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Cardno’s family also organized a search party on Saturday morning, with scores of people showing up at Mission Creek Park to find the missing 31-year-old.

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Cardno was last seen wearing a blue or grey cap, a bright-red puffy jacket, sweatpants and black, lace-up style army boots. She is described as 4’11” and 108 pounds with brown hair and blonde highlights.

If you have any information regarding Cardno’s whereabouts, you are asked to contact the Kelowna RCMP at 250-762-3300 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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