HALIFAX – The parents of a missing Truro Police officer are appealing to the public for help in finding their daughter.
36-year-old Catherine Campbell was last seen at 6:30 a.m. on Thursday, September 10 in Dartmouth.
She moved to the Albro Lake area three months ago, and was commuting to Truro for work.
Dwight and Susan Campbell said they’re worried for their daughter’s safety, and are asking anyone with information on her whereabouts to contact Halifax Regional Police.
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“She’s usually right on time for work and everything,” said Dwight Campbell. “She enjoys her job and she liked being up here.”
“It’s not like her, it’s not her character to be gone for any length of time,” said Susan Campbell.
The couple came to Dartmouth today to talk to investigators.
Campbell is described as a white woman with a medium build, blonde hair and blue eyes.
In a statement issued today, Truro Police Chief Dave MacNeil said, “Our thoughts and prayers are with Catherine and her family and obviously we are hoping for a positive outcome.”
This afternoon, Truro Police and RCMP members hung a yellow ribbon outside of the Truro Police station.
Halifax Regional Police are leading the investigation into Catherine Campbell’s disappearance. Const. Stacey Opalka said there have been no solid leads so far. “It’s early in the investigation. We don not have any evidence to suggest foul play. It’s now just considered a missing persons case,” said Opalka.
Anyone with information on Catherine Campbell’s whereabouts to call Halifax Regional Police at 902-490-5020.
With Files from The Canadian Press