Vigil for missing woman
A Candle light vigil to mark the two year anniversary of her disappearance is planned for Monday at River Landing.
Published Tuesday, July 3, 2012 2:27PM CST
Last Updated Tuesday, July 3, 2012 2:29PM CST
Dozens of loved ones - friends and supporters held a candle light vigil last night for a Saskatoon woman who has been missing for two years.
Karina Ann Wolfe - who would now be 22 - has not been seen or heard from by friends and family for two years. Police believe she was last seen riding in a 2001 grey Corvette - and investigators believe she was dropped off in the area of 20th street and avenue H. Police are treating her disapearance as suspscious - but have had few leads.
Carol Wolfe, her mother, told reporters last night the vigil is a commemoration for her daughter.
“Just hope to see her and to find her daughter,” said Wolfe through an interpreter. Carol Wolfe has a hearing impairment.
“And it’s a commemoration for her daughter.”
Police say Wolfe has not done any banking activity, and she never picked up needed prescription drugs.