Updated: missing 29-year-old female from Claresholm, Alberta, has been located

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      Update (August 6): Claresholm RCMP confirmed that Christine Newman has been located in B.C. and is safe.

      RCMP are searching for a woman from a Southern Alberta town who was last seen about a month ago and police believe she may now be in British Columbia.

      On July 16, Claresholm RCMP had announced that they were seeking to locate 29-year-old Christine Newman due to concerns about her safety and well-being. She was last seen in Claresholm, Alberta, on July 8.

      At the time, she was thought to possibly be traveling to B.C.

      Today (August 2), Claresholm RCMP stated in a news release that Newman is now believed to be in Whistler, as of July 17.

      She is described as a white female who is 160 centimetres (five-feet, three-inches) tall and weighs 73 kilograms (160 pounds).

      She has purple and brown hair (which is short on the sides) and green eyes.

      Anyone who has seen her or knows of her whereabouts is asked to contact Claresholm RCMP at 403-625-4445 or local police. To remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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