The Victoria Police Department has released an age-progression sketch of Emma Fillipoff, who went missing 10 years ago.
The image is meant to represent what Fillipoff, who went missing on Nov. 28, 2012, might look like at age 36.
Her mother hopes this sketch and the anniversary of her disappearance will stir up some new information.
In a statement, VicPD said the age progression is intended to reflect the uncertainty of Fillipoff’s lifestyle at the time of her disappearance.
“For Emma, specifically, we didn’t know if she may be unhoused, or if she is living a happy and healthy lifestyle in another location,” VicPD said in a statement. “With such a range of variables, the artist’s goal is to capture the essence of the person they are depicting, but also aging them appropriately.”
Anyone with information can contact VicPD at 250-995-7654, ext. 1, or report anonymously to Greater Victoria Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
Tips specific to this case can also be submitted at helpfindemmafillipoff.com.
We're releasing this age-progression drawing of Emma Fillipoff to support our efforts & the efforts of Emma's family to bring her home. Emma was last seen Nov 28, 2012. This shows what she may look like today. Call (250) 995-7654 ext 1 w info https://t.co/rS4FSqeR5v #yyj pic.twitter.com/Xgf3INJAzw
— Victoria Police (@vicpdcanada) November 25, 2022