Dianne was 60 years old when she was last seen in the area of Juniper Street in Thompson, Manitoba on May 17th, 2018. Her jacket was recovered in June of 2018 from the Thompson River but her body was never found. Community rumor has it that she was seen in the company of a man from Selkirk, Manitoba but the identity of that man has never been confirmed. Due to some physical disabilities, family say Dianne would not have made it far on foot. Authorities consider Dianne’s disappearance “suspicious” and she remains missing.
If you have any information regarding the disappearance or whereabouts of Dianne Bignell, you are encouraged to contact the Thompson RCMP at 204-677-6909.
DOB: Unknown, circa 1958
Description: Dianne is 5’4 with a heavy build. She has grey, shoulder-length hair and wears glasses. She was last seen wearing a dark grey jacket, grey shoes, and royal blue pants with two stripes down the sides. She walks with a limp and has a bad hip and bad knees.
Thompson #rcmpmb concerned for well-being of 60yo Dianne Mae Bignell of Thompson. She was last seen around 8:30 am on May 17 in the Juniper Drive area of Thompson. Have info? Call Thompson RCMP at 204 677-6911. pic.twitter.com/VdpC3e2a47
— RCMP Manitoba (@rcmpmb) May 26, 2018