This article was last updated on April 16, 2022
St. Stephen RCMP is asking for the public’s help to locate a 53-year-old woman who was reported missing.
Dorothy Tucker of McGeachy Lane in Oak Haven, N.B., was reported missing on November 10, 2014. The last time someone spoke to her was on November 9 shortly before 10 p.m. and she has not been heard of since.
Her family told police they are concerned for her well being and her disappearance is out of character. Dorothy Tucker is approximately 5’5′ tall and has a medium build. She has shoulder length auburn hair, blue eyes and she wears glasses. She may possibly have been wearing a navy sweater, dark coloured jeans with rips on the front and tan coloured boots.
Update: The search for a missing 53-year-old woman from Oak Haven is expanding as the RCMP Major Crime Unit continues to investigate her suspicious disappearance.
RCMP Major Crime investigators with assistance from the St. Stephen RCMP and the RCMP police dog are currently searching a wider area around her home. The RCMP helicopter will also be conducting an aerial search in the Oak Haven area. Investigators have already spoken to neighbours and people from the area trying to determine her whereabouts. Evidence suggests that foul play may have been involved in her disappearance.
“The goal is to find Ms. Tucker and reunite her with her family and that’s why we areexpanding the search to a larger area around her home,” says Cpl. Chantal Farrah of the New Brunswick RCMP. “We are asking anyone who may have seen suspicious activity around the Tucker residence earlier this week or has any information about her whereabouts to contact police or Crime Stoppers.”