The family of a missing Dartmouth, N.S., woman spent Natal Day asking people if they’d seen their daughter.

Catherine Miller, 29, last made contact with her family three weeks ago.

“We've got to keep it top of mind, because we haven't found her yet,” said John Miller, her father.

The family and friends handed out posters marked with Miller’s photo and details at the Natal Day parade. They also set up a Facebook page to help find her. 

“It's heartwarming to have support, and the Facebook comments have been very helpful, because it is a tough time,” Miller said.

Catherine Miller

Police say Catherine (Catie) Miller has brown shoulder-length hair (which she often wears in a ponytail), pierced ears and grey eyes. (Submitted by Halifax Regional Police)

Susan Horton attended school with Miller and helped look for her Monday.

“It's very emotional already, but everybody's been reacting very positive and taking posters and saying they're going to put them up at work,” she said. “I think this is going to be a really good thing to get the exposure out.”

Miller’s family does not know if she is still in Nova Scotia. Police don’t consider the case suspicious, but have concerns for her well being. 

Anyone with information about Miller can contact police or Crime Stoppers