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Police seek public’s help locating woman for well-being check

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Halifax Regional Police is seeking the public’s help locating a Halifax woman.

Fifty-year-old Kim Norris was last seen October 19, 2015 leaving a shelter in Halifax. She is described as a white woman with long dark hair and blue eyes. Kim was last seen wearing a black ball cap with white lettering, blue jeans and black work boots with white laces and was carrying several back-packs. Kim is known to travel throughout Canada and also works as a labourer in the construction industry.

Over the last several months, investigators have reached out to other police agencies in an attempt to locate Kim, but she has yet to be located.

There is no information to suggest that Kim has met with foul play, however, police want to speak with her for a well-being check. Officers request that Kim or anyone with information on her whereabouts calls Halifax Regional Police at 902-490-5020.



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