RCMP believe missing Quebec woman could be in N.B.

A Quebec woman who has been missing since July could be in southeastern New Brunswick, according to the provincial RCMP.

Vanessa Tremblay, 33, of Sainte-Adèle, Que., was last seen on July 20 at a home on Chemin du Golf in the community, about 96 kilometres northwest of Montreal. Local authorities have been unsuccessful in finding her despite several leads.

There is concern for her well-being, police say.

In a news release issued on Sunday by the Shediac RCMP, investigators have reason to believe Tremblay could possibly be somewhere in the southeastern region of New Brunswick.

Tremblay is described as being around five feet six inches tall and weighing roughly 140 pounds. She has brown hair with blonde highlights and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing black jeans, prescription glasses, and a hat.

Mounties said Tremblay also has several tattoos, including a star on her left and right shoulders, an arrow on her left arm, and a half-moon on her right arm. She may be travelling with a Golden Retriever in a white Dodge Ram 2500 Promaster cargo van.

She is known to go camping and may be somewhere by the water, the RCMP said.

Information on the whereabouts of Vanessa Tremblay can be forwarded to local police.