Young Ladysmith woman missing

A Ladysmith woman is missing and police are looking to the public to help find her.

A Ladysmith woman is missing and police are looking to the public to help find her.

Destiny Raye Williams was believed to be travelling to Nanaimo from Ladysmith on Nov. 19. She hasn’t been heard from since and her family says that’s out of character for the 35-year-old.

Williams is described as Caucasian with long brown hair and blue eyes. She stands about five-foot-10 and weighs about 130 pounds. She has several tattoos including a prominent one on her right shoulder.  While she lives in Ladysmith, she’s been known to visit both Nanaimo and Duncan.

Ladysmith RCMP are asking those with information as to the whereabouts of Williams to call then at 250-245-2215 and quote file 2015-4183.

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