RCMP receive hundreds of tips from public but no leads on missing Moncton woman

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Moncton, N.B. -

Codiac Regional RCMP said Tuesday they have received more than 600 tips from the public but still no solid leads on the mysterious disappearance of Donna O'Rielly.
"We're following up on every one and the investigation is ongoing," said RCMP Const. Chantal Farrah.
"It's important for people to stay informed on this because you never know when some information may come to them. The people in this community can help to be our eyes and ears."
O'Rielly, 54, was last seen leaving her work at Moncton's Highfield Square shopping mall on Feb. 26.
A surveillance camera showed O'Rielly walking out the door with her purse and lunch bag tucked under her left arm, and her car keys clutched tightly in her right hand.
Family members believe she may have been abducted just outside the door. Her car was found in the parking lot.

Organizations: RCMP

Geographic location: Moncton

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