Missing Salmon Arm mother found safe

Jayleen Fuller, 24, was located by Salmon Arm RCMP this afternoon, Thursday, Dec. 1 after going missing Nov. 28.

Mother of two

A young Salmon Arm mother who went missing Nov. 28 has been found safe by a member of the Salmon Arm RCMP.

Staff Sgt. Scott West of the Salmon Arm detachment says Jayleen Fuller, 24, was located by police this afternoon, Dec. 1, and is currently with that police officer.

“She has been located and is safe and being looked after,” says West, who would not comment on where she was found.

On Thursday morning, Jayleen’s spouse Shawn McKay came to the Observer to ask for help finding her.

He explained she has been missing since the afternoon of Monday, Nov. 28. He last saw Jayleen after giving her some money to treat herself at the spa.

The couple have a four-month old son and a two-year-old daughter.

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