'I need help Winnipeg': Christine Wood's parents aren't giving up hope
Melinda and George Wood search Winnipeg streets nightly for missing daughter
George and Melinda Wood have been searching tirelessly for their daughter Christine for 12 weeks. They've been taping up posters, handing out flyers and asking people they pass on the street if anyone has seen her.
The 21-year-old disappeared August 19 while visiting Winnipeg with her family from Oxford House First Nation. She was last seen leaving the Days Inn on Berry Street. Winnipeg Police say she left that area sometime after 9:00 pm.
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The Woods said they're confident investigators are doing what they can and they hear from police daily.
"Sometimes it's just a friendly text, mostly to my wife, here. It's been very kind," George said.
"I'm sure there is somebody out there that knows what's happening with her. What's her situation. We just want somebody to come forward. Have a heart," George said.
The couple searches every night in the city, sometimes going out late to drum up any clues. Mostly on their own, but sometimes with family or friends.
"Everyday. And every night," Melinda said. "It is tiring. But I'm not going to give up looking for her. I'm going to find her."
Melinda and George plan to stay in Winnipeg until they find Christine.