Missing Manitoba woman, wanted man believed to be in Winnipeg or heading to Calgary: RCMP
Manitoba RCMP believe a missing woman and wanted man are travelling together, and may either be in Winnipeg or headed to Calgary.
Breanna Lee Hudson, 28, left a home in Ile Des Chenes, about 30 km southeast of Winnipeg, early Thursday morning and was picked up by Shaquille MacFarlane. She is five foot four inches tall, with brown hair and blue eyes.
MacFarlane, 29, is wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for breaching bail. He's also wanted for assault, threatening, extortion and obstruction of justice, RCMP say.
MacFarlane stands at five feet 10 inches tall, weighs 160 pounds and has brown hair and brown eyes.
Investigators believe the two are still travelling together, possibly in a black pick-up truck, and are currently in the Winnipeg area or attempting to travel to Calgary, Manitoba RCMP said in an email to CBC on Sunday.
They believe MacFarlane is actively avoiding the police. Hudson also has an eight-year-old daughter, and her mother as well as investigators are concerned for her safety, RCMP said.
'My daughter is in danger'
Crystal Loden last heard from her daughter on Thursday. She believes MacFarlane and Hudson could be anywhere between Winnipeg and Calgary.
"This is my daughter and I want her to come home, and she's a mother and her daughter needs her," Loden said Saturday from Niverville, about 42 km south of Winnipeg.
Loden described MacFarlane as very controlling of Hudson.
"We need people that maybe know them or know of them that are protecting them to come forward anonymously and help get my daughter home," Loden said. "My daughter is in danger and anybody that knows where she is, is risking her life by not sharing it."
While RCMP have received a number of tips on the case, they are continuing to ask the public to contact police if they have any information on Hudson's or MacFarlane's whereabouts.
People can send tips by calling the St-Pierre-Jolys RCMP at 204-433-7433 or by contacting their local police service.
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