Mother of missing St. Catharines woman talks candidly about her pain

Mother of missing St. Catharines woman talks candidly about her pain

It’s been over two years since a young St. Catharines woman went missing in B.C. and her family says they are no closer to learning what happened to their daughter.

Ashley Simpson was working at the Buffalo Inn in Pink Mountain, B.C. and was staying with her boyfriend in Salmon Arm.

She was declared missing on April 30th of 2016.

Her mother Cindy Simpson tells CKTB’s Tim Denis, the pain is unimagineable knowing Ashley’s siblings and father will never be able to say “she’s home.”

But she says what does give her comfort, is no matter what happens to her, her other children will never give up so they can bring Ashley home and lay her to rest here.

Cindy says there have been no new developments in the case in two and a half years, but she keeps in contact with the RCMP to make sure they have not abandoned the file.

But she commends police for their efforts to locate Ashley.

Tami Jeanneret
The St. Catharines Standard
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