The RCMP are confirming that two missing persons cases in southeastern New Brunswick are related.
Sabrina Patterson, 25, of Riverview and Fred Prosser, 31, of Shenstone have both been missing for several days.
The RCMP would not describe the state of the relationship between Patterson and Prosser. However, Prosser is the father of Patterson's two children.
Codiac RCMP Const. Damien Theriault said the Codiac RCMP and District 11 RCMP are co-operating on the investigations.
"At this time, we're following every lead that we get and we haven't eliminated any possibilities," Theriault said.
Patterson was last seen by friends at the Moncton Coliseum on Oct. 29 and was later seen on video entering the Fox and Hound Pub in Riverview after 1 a.m. on Oct. 30.
Her car was found at the Riverview Mall, where the pub is located.
Patterson was reported missing on Sunday night, when she failed to pick up her kids, according to a police statement.
The Codiac RCMP said she has not contacted her family or friends since she disappeared and she is not answering her cell phone.
"She hasn't called, she hasn't been answering her cell phone, which is very unusual for her. She usually is really right on returning calls or answering calls," Theriault said.
"And right now they are without news from her since Saturday morning."
Patterson is approximately five-foot-four-inches tall and weighs 180 pounds, has brown eyes and shoulder length brown hair.
The RCMP said she was wearing a dark-coloured Nike shirt in the video where she was last seen.
Meanwhile, Prosser was reported missing on Monday night when he failed to show up for work.
According to the RCMP, Prosser has not contacted friends or family and he is not answering his cell phone.
He is believed to be driving a grey, 2004 Chevrolet pickup truck with the New Brunswick licence plate COT 348.
The RCMP say Prosser is five-feet-10-inches tall, weighs roughly 200 pounds and has brown eyes and brown hair.