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Missing Langley woman now gone three weeks

Police say it’s out of character for Inge Lewerentz to not contact her family
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Inge Lewerentz was last seen in Langley on Saturday, Oct. 28. (Langley RCMP)

Police are still searching for missing Langley woman Inge Lewerentz, three weeks after she went missing in late October.

“This is out of the ordinary,” said Cpl. Craig Van Herk.

Already reported missing earlier this month, police have received tips, including possible sightings of Lewerentz around the Murrayville area, but so far they have not been able to locate the 54-year-old woman.

Van Herk said it’s not normal for her to be out of contact with her family for this long.

He said that if someone believes they see or have just seen Lewerentz, they should call the Langley RCMP immediately, so police can check out the tip.

“That’s the right time to call,” said Van Herk.

Calls can be made to the non-emergency number of the Langley detachment at 604-532-3200.

Lewerentz stands 5’10” tall, has brown hair, blue eyes, and wears glasses. She was last seen wearing a black jacket, pink scarf, and brown boots.

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