Missing Since April 7, 2010
Featured in Episode 21
Abigail “Abby” Andrews went missing from Fort St. John, British Columbia on April 7, 2010. At 6:00pm. That evening, she was last seen leaving her basement apartment on 99th Avenue in Fort St. John, British Columbia. While leaving the residence, she told her neighbor that she was going to visit a male friend who lived on 98th Avenue.
At 7:00pm, she called her mother, Debbie Andrews, to relay the same information. Before hanging up, Debbie asked her daughter to text her or give her a call once she arrived home, which Abigail agreed to do. According to reports, she was last seen walking down 94th Avenue, toward 98th Avenue.
Abigail never again got in contact with her mother that night. After two days without any calls or texts, which is said to be out-of-character for the 28-year-old, her parents filed a missing person’s report. The date was April 9, 2010.
Her father said it’s out-of-character for her to lose touch, and she disappeared with only the clothes she was wearing, her purse and phone and no transactions were ever made with her bank card. In 2013, the RCMP released a re-enactment video in hopes of stirring up memories and new leads, but to no avail. Currently, the case is classified as a missing person and is being investigated as a possible homicide. If alive, she would be in her mid-to-late thirties.
At the time of her disappearance, she was 6’0″ and weighed approximately 200 pounds and is of Métis descent. She has shoulder-length dark brown hair and hazel eyes. She was 28 years old and is believed to have been wearing black pants, a white shirt, a dark blue or black vest, a black mid-length belted trench coat, and a pair of black sequined flats. She’s also said to have been carrying a purple Guess purse and her pink BlackBerry Pearl cellphone.
When she went missing, she was approximately three months pregnant, although she wasn’t yet showing. She has breast implants, which have serial numbers, and she has a tribal art tattoo on her lower back. According to her family, her teeth are in good condition, and she’s known to use a dental pallet retainer. As well, her right index finger appears crooked due to a previously healed break.
If you have any information, you can contact the RCMP E Division Serious Crime Unit at 778-290-3900. Tips can also be called into the Fort St. John RCMP at either 250-787-8100 or 250-787-8140, or anonymously via Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.