The family of a Barrie woman who disappeared three months ago is desperate for answers and questioning whether police are doing enough to find her.
Pictures of Autumn Shaganash remain taped to light posts in the city’s downtown as her family holds out hope she will be found.
“We don’t want her to be one of the girls that are not found. We want to find her,” said Shaganash’s cousin Kimberly Moore.
Video surveillance shows the 26-year-old Indigenous woman leaving the family house and meeting with someone on Burton Avenue around 9 p.m. on June 9.
The following day, security footage appears to show Shaganash following a man in the Sunnidale Park area.
“It’s not like Autumn to do this,” her uncle, Clarence Moore, said. “Autumn would keep in touch with her grandmother, especially her sister and her mother. She’s very active on social media, and nothing has happened since June 9.”