Mystery of Madison Scott haunts Vanderhoof; RCMP seek new leads
'Maddy, everyone really misses you'
Vanderhoof RCMP are seeking new leads in the mysterious disappearance of a Vanderhoof woman five years ago, with the help of a re-enactment video.
Madison Scott vanished sometime after 3 a.m. PT on May 28th, 2011 after attending a party at Hogsback Lake, a campsite about 25 kilometres south of Vanderhoof.
Police said the central B.C. woman was camping with friends, celebrating her birthday. She pitched her tent nearby her white Ford pick-up truck.
Early in the morning something happened that led to her disappearance. Foul play is suspected.
Scott left nothing but mystery and rumours. At the time she disappeared police were clear there were no gang connections or reasons why she would leave voluntarily.
Friends remember her on social media sites, appealing to witnesses to come forward.
"Maddy everyone really misses you. I hope you know how special you are. I am hoping that one day your friends that were with you at the party remember the friendship you gave them. Ponder their memories as it is impossible for that many people to be there that are your friends and not one of them know where you are????? I find that hard to believe that no one has yet remembered where you disappeared to so many months ago now." wrote C.K. on the blog Help Find Madison Scott.
Her family has offered a $100,000 reward for information that solves the mystery of her disappearance and brings any wrong-doers to justice.