RCMP main crime unit investigating Cynthia Flemming’s disappearance

RCMP main crime unit investigating Cynthia Flemming’s disappearance

The RCMP’s northeast main crime unit is main the investigation into the disappearance of Cynthia Flemming, a 32-year-old girl who was final seen on Aug. 29, 2022, on Riverside Avenue in Bible Hill, N.S.

Flemming was reported lacking on Sept. 1.  She is 5 toes six inches tall, has shoulder-length blond hair with darkish roots and brown eyes. Flemming has quite a few tattoos on her arms, together with a rose and different floral items. She was carrying a pink tank prime and lightweight colored pants on the time of her disappearance.

“Up to now, RCMP investigators have undertaken a variety of efforts in an try and find Flemming, together with witness interviews, talking with household and mates, additional investigational duties, and persevering with to observe up on ideas as they’re acquired,” RCMP mentioned in a information launch on Friday.

Nova Scotia RCMP shared photos of Flemming’s tattoos. (Nova Scotia RMCP)

“When somebody goes lacking, it has deep and far-reaching impacts for the particular person and those who know them. We ask that individuals unfold the phrase by social media respectfully.”

Info on Flemming’s disappearance may be shared straight with the northeast main crime unit at 902-896-5060. Nameless ideas may be shared by Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

Surveillance footage Nova Scotia RCMP shared of Flemming carrying a pink tank prime. (Nova Scotia RCMP)