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‘Someone knows what happened to Caitlin’: Mom pleads for tips on woman missing 5 years in B.C.

(Facebook – image credit) Five years after Caitlin Potts disappeared in B.C.’s North Okanagan, her mother is begging anyone who has information on what happened to her to come forward and share what they know. Potts, a 27-year-old Cree mother from Alberta, was last heard from on Feb. 22, 2016. She was living in Enderby, B.C., and sorting out a troubled and allegedly abusive relationship with her ex-boyfriend when she went missing. On Monday, Potts’ mother Priscilla filmed a video pleading for information. “I need to know what happened to my daughter. I need the public’s help. I know someone knows what happened to Caitlin and can lead us to finding her,” Priscilla Potts said in the video. “Caitlin was goofy, loving, caring. She was a mother, a daughter. These past years have been the hardest years of my lifeā€¦. All I am left to do is wonder where my daughter may be.” Caitlin Potts was reported missing on March 1, 2016, and investigators soon determined that her disappearance was probably the result of a crime. The RCMP Southeast District Major Crime Unit has since taken over the file. Potts’ family members have said they were told from the beginning that she had
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