The police are asking the public’s help to find Jaime Traynor who went missing on June 6. (Submitted photo)

Police seek help finding missing Saanich woman; vehicle found on Malahat

Jaime Traynor missing since June 6

The Saanich police are seeking assistance from the public in locating 33-year-old Jaime Traynor, who was last seen by her family shortly after 10 p.m. on June 6.

Traynor’s 2001 red Saturn sedan was located at approximately 2:30 a.m. on June 7 by the Shawnigan Lake RCMP on the Malahat.

Despite checks of the area surrounding her vehicle and her residence in Saanich, she remains unaccounted for.

Traynor is described as a white woman, 5 foot 4, 215 lbs, brown hair, blue eyes, and was last seen wearing a green over white top and black tights.

She has mental health concerns that have elevated this to a high-risk missing person.

“Her family is very concerned about her well-being and hope that someone has seen their daughter or has information that can help the police locate her,” said the RCMP in a press release.

If you see Jaime Traynor, have any information about where she might be, or saw her vehicle recently, please call the Saanich Police Department at 250-475-4321.

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