VicPD Missing Person investigators are thanking members of the public, the media and law enforcement partners for their help in locating missing woman Amanda Meadus. Investigators were able to confirm that Amanda is safe late yesterday.
Investigators are thankful for the help of Blaine Police, Bellingham Police, the Washington State Patrol, the Seattle Police Department, members of the media, the public and all those who shared Amanda’s information. It is your help that enabled us to locate Amanda safely.
VicPD Missing Person Investigators are asking for the public’s help as they search for missing woman Amanda Meadus.
Amanda was last seen in Victoria on Monday, April 3rd, on Douglas Street in downtown Victoria.
She is described as a 24 year-old Caucasian woman, she is 5 feet, 8 inches tall with a slight build, weighing about 90 lbs.
Amanda has long brown hair and brown eyes.
She was wearing grey yoga pants with a grey, loose knit shawl, a tight black leather jacket, and black and white striped leather tennis shoes.
Amanda was carrying a teal blue backpack and had a tent with her.
Her family is deeply concerned about her.
Amanda is wanted on a BC-wide warrant, but officers and her family are currently focused on ensuring that she is safe.
The VicPD investigation indicates that Amanda may be in Blaine, Washington, near the Bellingham area.
Amanda has no passport and it is not known how she may have crossed into the U.S.
If you see Amanda Meadus, please call 911.
If you know where she may be please call the Victoria Police Department non-emergency line at 250-995-7654
In Blaine, please call 911 or the Blaine police at 360-332-6769.
In Bellingham, please call 911 or 360-778-8800.