Pat Turo. (RCMP handout)

Missing 25-year-old woman found safe after three weeks

Pat Turo was last seen in Clayton on Nov. 14 before RCMP said she had been found safe on Dec. 4

Pat Turo has been found safe and sound after going missing nearly three weeks ago.

Turo, 25, had been last seen on Wednesday, Nov. 14, in Clayton when Surrey RCMP put out a release asking for the public’s help in finding her.

RELATED: RCMP search for missing 25-year-old woman

On Tuesday, Dec. 4, the RCMP put out a release saying they had found Turo, and thanked the public, as well as policing and community partners for their asssistance.



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