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Corner Brook native Jaime (Maher) Brosseau subject of missing person case in Alberta

Jaime (Maher) Brosseau, a Corner Brook native living in Grande Prairie, was the subject of a missing person case in Alberta. The 41-year-old mother of two girls was reported missing Tuesday and was last seen Monday at midnight at her apartment building in Grande Prairie, but police located her Wednesday morning and the investigation into her whereabouts has concluded.
Jaime (Maher) Brosseau, a Corner Brook native living in Grande Prairie, was the subject of a missing person case in Alberta. The 41-year-old mother of two girls was reported missing Tuesday and was last seen Monday at midnight at her apartment building in Grande Prairie, but police located her Wednesday morning and the investigation into her whereabouts has concluded.

Jaime (Maher) Brosseau is now safe and sound at home.

RCMP in Grande Prairie, Alta., say the 41-year-old woman was found by members of the force around 11 a.m. Wednesday and the investigation into her whereabouts is no longer an open file.

Brosseau, a Corner Brook native living in Grande Prairie, was the subject of a missing person case in Alberta.

Danielle Maher is used to going long periods without speaking with her older sister because her life is pretty hectic at times with work, but she wanted more than ever to hear Jaime’s voice when The Western Star contacted her hours before police found her sister Wednesday.

Brosseau was reported missing Tuesday around 7:30 p.m. when a female friend called the Grande Prairie RCMP concerned about the whereabouts of the mother of two girls.

According to police in Alberta, the friend told them there had been no sighting or contact with Brosseau since she was last seen at her apartment building at midnight Monday.

Danielle, who lives in Edmonton, said she was surprised to get a telephone call Tuesday that informed her police had concerns about her sister’s whereabouts. She just figured it was a case of her sister being busy with her job as a property manager and hard to track down.

“She’s very busy so when you don’t get hold of her right away it’s not a surprise,” Danielle said. “ I think her job that she has puts her at a bit of risk sometimes, having to deal with some upset people, so I’m hopeful that it’s just a misunderstanding.”

The Western Star wasn’t able to reach Danielle for a comment on the return of her sister before press time.

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