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Sherri McLaughlin went missing from Kamloops BC on September 19th 1993 while riding here bicycle to a friends place.
Her bike and backpack were found on the side of the road. Foul play was suspected since the beginning of the search.

After all these years we have not been able to find the valuable peace of information that will help locate her. Somebody somewhere knows the whereabouts of Sherri McLaughlin. Please help us find Sherri.

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Family praying for missing cyclist; [FINAL Edition] | Print |  E-mail

NEAL HALL. The Vancouver Sun. Vancouver, B.C.: Sep 22, 1993. pg. B.2
(Copyright The Vancouver Sun)

KAMLOOPS -- Family members of a young woman who mysteriously disappeared here three days ago are praying for her safety.

"The hope is that everything is okay,'' Sherri McLaughlin's brother, James McLaughlin, said Tuesday.

"There's some strange people out there. It's like something you read about in the paper. We're really upset about it.''

James McLaughlin, 24, who manages a local limousine service, said he couldn't think of anyone who would want to hurt Sherri, 20, who had a lot of friends but no enemies.

"She just had bad relationships with boyfriends,'' he said of his sister, who worked in a local Pizza Hut.

Police believe Sherri McLaughlin was abducted after 3 a.m. Sunday while cycling from her basement suite on Schubert Drive to the home of her former boyfriend, Shane Gowans. Gowans and McLaughlin had lived together but split up earlier this month.

Her knapsack and Raleigh 18-speed mountain bike were found about 4 a.m. on the shoulder beside Parkcrest Avenue, a road adjacent to an empty lot on one side and the railway tracks on the other.

The bike appears to have been already on the ground when it was run over and dragged a short distance by a slow moving vehicle, police said Tuesday.

There was no sign of a struggle and no physical evidence such as blood or torn clothing that would suggest she was hit by a car.

McLaughlin's mother, Jackie White, and her grandmother, Annette Meier, arrived in Kamloops on Tuesday night from Victoria with McLaughlin's 17-month-old son, Stephen. Meier, of Kamloops, had been helping her daughter move from Creston to her new home in Victoria.

The family is considering establishing a reward and issuing posters in an attempt to learn what happened.

The fact McLaughlin's father, Gary, is a Surrey RCMP corporal is believed irrelevant to her disappearance.


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