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New information in four-year search for missing Winnipeg woman

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Winnipeg police have released some new information in the ongoing search for a missing Winnipeg woman who went missing nearly four years ago.

Amber Rose Marie Guiboche was last seen in the evening of Nov. 10, 2010 in the area of William Avenue and Isabel Street. Twenty-years-old at the time, Guiboche is listed at 5-foot 5, 105 pounds, with hazel eyes and long straight brown hair. She was last seen wearing a white Adidas hoodie with gold stripes down the sleeves.

She was also wearing skinny blue jeans and white/pink skater-style runners.

Winnipeg police have released a description of a man they believe was with Guiboche the night of her disappearance. He is described as Caucasian, approximately 30-years-old, with reddish short hair and hairy arms. He was possibly wearing prescription glasses and a faded green camouflage hat.

It’s believed he was driving an older model red truck, possibly a Chevrolet, with bench seats.

Anyone with any information on this case is asked to contact the missing persons unit at (204) 986-6250.

 

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