Jessica Peeling has been located. (Black Press File Photo)

Update: Missing Oak Bay woman found

Oak Bay Police had sought whereabouts of 21-year-old woman

Update: Police reported that Peeling was located at 10:15 a.m.

Oak Bay Police had reported a missing 21-year-old woman after receiving a report on Sept. 30 at approximately 8:30 p.m.

Jessica Peeling had failed to return to her home in Oak Bay. Victoria PD and all neighbouring police jurisdictions were notified.

READ ALSO: Oak Bay police nab prolific offender in stolen Saanich work truck

Deputy Chief Ray Bernoties stated police wanted to connect with Peeling to ensure her well-being.

READ ALSO: Oak Bay police bring woman spotted walking in hospital pyjamas back to shore

If you have information on a missing Oak Bay person please call 250-592-2424.



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