New Westminster – On August 6th, 2016 the NWPD requested assistance from the public to locate Kimberly Armstrong and her 14 month old son.
At approximately 7:30am on August 4th, Ms. Armstrong was dropped off alone in New Westminster. After not returning home to her residence in Maple Ridge, a friend became concerned and filed a missing persons report. After being reported missing, Ms. Armstrong returned to her residence in Maple Ridge, but left shortly after with her 14 month old son before police could determine her welfare.
The NWPD Major Crime Unit is working in collaboration with the Mission RCMP, the Maple Ridge RCMP, and the Ministry of Child and Family Services to locate Ms. Armstrong and her son to determine their well-being.
“From all accounts, Ms. Armstrong left on her own accord with her son, but her ability to care for him is unknown,” stated Media Relations Officer Acting Sergeant Jeff Scott. “At this point, there is no criminal investigation and although they have been seen in Mission, we need to confirm their well-being.”
Ms. Armstrong has blonde hair, and has been seen with her child driving an older model, unlicensed 4 door white Hyundai Excel, similar to the one below.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the New Westminster Police Department at 604-525-5411.