Hamilton Police release new images of missing woman
Hamilton Police have released new images of a woman who went missing in Hamilton.
Holly Ellsworth-Clark, a 27-year-old musician from Calgary who had recently moved to Hamilton, went missing Jan. 11.
The newly released images show Holly in the moments before she was last seen.
Police say that she was last spotted around 4 p.m. in the Sanford Ave. and Cannon St. area the day she went missing. At the time, police said she was reportedly 'in distress' and not dressed for the cold weather.
Since her disappearance, members of the community, and Holly's family who have come to Hamilton, have launched ground searches to find her.
Hundreds of volunteers turned out late Wednesday (Jan. 22) to canvass the neighbourhoods around where Holly was last seen.
There have been reported sightings of Holly at the Budget Inn at King St. E. and Sanford but local reports say police have not been able to obtain warrants to do a thorough search of the property.
Holly's parents have also shared with the public a voicemail from Holly from the day before she disappeared.
In it, Holly reportedly says she’s being pursued by two men and she pleads with her mother to send her a plane ticket home.
Holly is 6’-1” and 200 lbs with an athletic build and was last seen in a black long-sleeve shirt, black pants, black boots possibly with a black backpack.
Anyone with information about Holly’s whereabouts is urged to contact the Hamilton Police Service at 905-546-4925.
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