The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary (RNC) is releasing new information in the case surrounding the disappearance of Cortney Lake and are asking the public for help in locating the missing woman.
Cortney Lake disappeared on June 7. New footage from a residence on Wellington Crescent in Mount Pearl shows what is believed to be the last known images of Lake before she lost all connection with her phone and social media.
Lake was seen at the Esso on Anderson Ave before spending the afternoon with friends and family. She was later dropped off at her home on Wellington Crescent in Mount Pearl. New footage shows Lake walking on Wellington Crescent away from her home toward the area of Lindbergh Crescent and Ruth Avenue at exactly 7:52 pm.
The RNC are asking all residents and businesses to review any camera footage they may have shortly after 7:52 pm on Wednesday, June 7, 2017 in the area of Lindbergh Crescent, Ruth Avenue, Michener Avenue and Old Placentia Road.
Lake was last seen wearing a grey parka with a pink liner, plaid shirt and black pants and wearing glasses. She is described as being 5’8” and 110-120 lbs with light brown hair.
Investigators believe Cortney Lake’s disappearance to be suspicious.
The RNC will continue to release information to the public on social media using the hashtag #HelpFindCortney and they encourage the public to continue sharing their posts relating to the investigation.
Anyone who has information on the whereabouts of Cortney Lake is asked to contact the RNC directly at 729-8000.