Thank you all for your interest, I can’t get into the details but as mentioned in the title Karen was located earlier today “safe and sound” as they say, we where very concerned for her well being.
I appreciate the ability to fan information like this out…with over 5000 views clearly an effective medium…sincerely, Chief Hagarty
Have You Seen This Woman?
The City of Kawartha Lakes Police Service is asking for your assistance in locating a missing Beaverton woman. Officers are extremely concerned for her well-being.
52 year old Karen Lee PARLIAMENT is employed in Lindsay Ontario, but was last seen in her home town of Beaverton on May 14th at 11am. She is believed to be driving her red 2013 Kia Soul licenced BHFC272.
Karen has collar length brown hair, hazel eyes, 173cm tall, weighing 70kg. She has both ears pierced, and wears glasses. Unfortunately her clothing description, reason for departure, and destination are not known.
Anyone with information as to Karen’s whereabouts is asked to contact the City of Kawartha Lakes police Service at 705-324-5252.
Please see attachment for photo.
Sergeant Terry Cox
705-324-5252 Ext 544
Friday May 17th, 2013 9 – 2:30 pm.
Old and Unused prescription medications pose a problem for many in the City of Kawartha Lakes. In association with Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP) Substance Abuse Committee, The City of Kawartha Lakes Police Services, The City of Kawartha Lakes Paramedic Services and the Kawartha Crime Stoppers, and other local businesses would like to invite you to drop off your unused medications.
… In addition to the above Safe Communities of City of Kawartha Lakes, Remedy’s Rx, and Castle Keep Retirement Inc. have all volunteered to help the cause. The goal of the day is to reduce access and availability of prescription medications.
Bring your unused medications to Paramedics in the Park at Victoria Park Armoury at 210 Kent St West, Lindsay, Friday May 17th for a free drop off. Please remove or black out labels. This is an anonymous drop off.
Help children, families, and help keep our community safe.
Visit http://www.oacp.ca for more details or contact City of Kawartha Lakes Police Sergeant Terry Cox at 705-340-3411