Langley woman missing since Dec. 28 found safe

Brenda Boyce was reported missing by her family but turned up home safe and sound this weekend.

  • Jan. 3, 2013 3:00 p.m.

Langley resident Brenda Boyce has been missing since Dec. 28. She has been known to be gone from her home for a few days here and there but has no money or cellphone.

Langley RCMP was seeking the assistance of the public to locate a missing Langley woman.

Brenda Boyce, 49, was last seen on Dec. 28 by family at a business in Langley City.  At that time, she indicated she was on her way to her residence in Brookswood.  When the family arrived home later that day, Brenda was not there.

Her family said Boyce has left home before but always returns after three days or so.  When she didn’t call on New Year’s, the family reported her missing the following day.

 

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