Police looking to speak with 2 truck drivers concerning missing Dawson Creek woman

The Dawson Creek RCMP are looking to speak with the drivers of 2 trucks concerning a missing woman.

41-year old Kristine Kezer was last seen one week ago. Police say Kezer dropped a friend off at a campsite near Kelly Lake on May 25.

It is believed her white pick up ran out of gas on Hwy 52 East on her drive back to Dawson Creek. Police say the 2007 GMC Sierra was left abandoned on the highway before the Kelly Lake turnoff.

The RCMP have identified two trucks in the area on May 25, between approximately 4 and 6pm. They were near the 12km marker on the Kiskatinaw Forest Service Road off Highway 52 East near Kelly Lake.

The vehicles were white flat deck pickup trucks (possibly Ford F350s) with wooden side rails. Both had light blue decals on the doors with a top line in larger font and a second line in smaller font. The decals had only lettering – no logo or design was seen.

Mounties describe Kezer as Indigenous, approximately 5’5 tall and 181 lbs. She is believed to be wearing a red shirt and black pants. Police are concerned for her safety.

Anyone who has any information related to observing the vehicles at that time, or who has information on Kezer, is asked to contact the Dawson Creek RCMP at 250-784-3700.

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