Daniella Morrison. (Central Saanich Police)

UPDATE: Central Saanich woman Daniella Morrison found

Central Saanich Police say items belonging to Morrison were found abandoned at Centennial Beach

UPDATE: Daniella Morrison was safely located early Sunday (Dec. 9) afternoon.

Central Saanich Police are reaching out to the public in an effort to locate missing woman, Daniella Morrison.

According to a tweet from the police service Morrison is an Aboriginal woman standing 5’3” and weighing 135 pounds with shoulder length black hair.

Items belonging to Morrison were found abandoned near Centennial Park.

If you see Morrison or have any information as to her whereabouts, please call 250-652-4441.


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