UPDATE June 3, 2022: Kristine has been found alive. Police say a further update will be released on Monday, June 6.
DAWSON CREEK, BC: Police in Dawson Creek are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing person…
Police say on May 29, 2022, officers received a report of a missing female from a family member in Alberta.
Kristine KEZER was last seen on May 25, 2022, at a campsite at Kelly Lake, BC, in the Dawson Creek area.
During the evening of May 25th, Kristine was on her way back to Dawson Creek but had truck troubles and ran out of gas on Hwy 52E near the Kelly Lake turn off.
Kristine has not been seen nor been in contact with her friends or family since that time. The truck that she was driving was left abandoned on Highway 52E.
Kristine is described as:
- First Nations female
- 41 years old
- Approximately 181 lbs
- Approximately 5’5″ tall
- Believed to be last seen wearing a red shirt and black pants
Police have a concern for Kristine’s safety and finding her is a priority for the Dawson Creek RCMP.
This investigation is unfolding and the Dawson Creek RCMP is asking for any investigative leads and information which may benefit the investigation.
Anyone that has seen Kristine, or recalls seeing the abandoned 2007 white GMC Sierra on the side of Highway 52E is requested to contact the Dawson Creek RCMP at 250-784-3700 or if you wish to remain anonymous please contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.