Mariah Konchak was last seen on March 4. (VicPd)

Victoria police find high-risk missing woman last seen on ferry

Mariah Konchak was located on April 6 and is safe

The Victoria Police Department has located a high-risk missing woman, who was the subject to a public plea for help in locating her.

Mariah Konchak, 28, is Caucasian with shoulder-length dark hair standing five-foot-six, with a slim build. She weighs about 100 pounds, has scars above her right eye and may be missing a tooth.

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She was last seen on March 4, getting onto a ferry for the Lower Mainland. Konchak was accompanied by a brown Dachshund and a man. Investigators believe that she is on Lower Mainland and in the company of a man.

READ ALSO: Greater Victoria resident sick with COVID-19 calls it a ‘horrible disease’

Konchak was found on April 6 and is safe says VicPD.



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