RCMP say the disappearance of a 27-year-old First Nations North Okanagan woman is now considered a homicide.
Enderby resident Caitlin Potts was last seen on February 21st of last year in Kelowna and investigators say there’s no evidence supporting reports that she may have travelled to Alberta.
Staff Sergeant Annie Linteau says Potts had connections to the Kelowna area, Armstrong, Salmon Arm and Enderby — and police hope someone has information that could crack the case.
They believe Potts was killed somewhere in the Okanagan and, as the snow melts and outdoor activities resume in the region, they’re asking residents to report anything that might lead investigators to her body.
(With files from The Canadian Press)