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Police seek public's help to find missing Nelson woman

Nelson Police Department is seeking the public’s help in locating Jade Giesen, 47 who was last seen April 6 at 10:15 a.m. walking on a trail at Central School on Stanley Street. - submitted photo
Nelson Police Department is seeking the public’s help in locating Jade Giesen, 47 who was last seen April 6 at 10:15 a.m. walking on a trail at Central School on Stanley Street.
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The Nelson Police Department continues to seek the public’s assistance to help find 47-year-old, missing Nelson resident, Jade Giesen.

On April 6, at 11:30 a.m., Giesen was last seen walking on the Burlington Northern rail bed, toward Troup Beach.

Nelson Search and Rescue have been called in and searched this area.

The Nelson Police Department is asking if anyone sees Giesen or has any information on this matter to immediately call the police immediately at 250-354-3919.

At this time, Nelson Police do not suspect foul play as a factor in Giesen’s disappearance, but do have concerns for her welfare.

Jade Giesen is Caucasian, 5’4”, 115 lbs, with blond long thick dreadlocks.

She was seen  wearing a waist length green coat; an oversized purse over her shoulder which is covered in white goat hair, pants, and blue runners.

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