It’s been three years since Ashley Simpson went missing from the Enderby, British Columbia area.
And a $10,000 reward is being offered for any information on the woman who lived in the Yankee Flats Road area.
“A family member has graciously offered to pay $10,000 to anyone who can provide information which leads to finding Ashley or the arrest and charges of an individual or individuals responsible for Ashley’s murder,” said John Simpson, Ashley’s father. “We are hopeful that this incentive will encourage those with information to come forward. We are still hoping that sooner or later, someone is going to have remorse and tell us what happened to her.”
Simpson is one of several women who went missing from the North Okanagan-Shuswap area, all within a few months in 2016.
Simpson went missing in April, 2016; Caitlin Potts was reported missing March 1, 2016; Deanna Wertz was last seen July 22, 2016 and Nicole Bell disappeared in September 2016.
Wertz and Simpson were from the Yankee Flats Road area, while Bell was from Sicamous. Potts was from the Enderby area.
Traci Genereaux was last seen in Vernon on May 29, 2017.
Her remains were found on a farm on Salmon River Road in November, 2017.
Anyone with information on Ashley or any of the missing women is urged to call their local RCMP or CrimeStoppers.