Red Deer RCMP looking for missing woman

Red Deer RCMP looking for missing woman

Red Deer RCMP are asking the public to help find a woman believed to be in the Red Deer area.

Police say Irene Potts, 32, is missing and “there is a general concern for her safety and well-being.”

She is described as Indigenous, five-foot-four and 110 lb., with black hair and brown eyes.

Anyone who has been in contact with Potts or has knowledge of her whereabout is asked to contact Red Deer RCMP at 403-343-5575.



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