Public’s help sought in locating missing former King’s-Edgehill grad

Ashley Thompson
Published on July 29, 2014

Dartmouth resident Catherine Miller, also known as Catie, has been missing since July 15, 2014. (Submitted photo)

Police are asking the public for help locating a former King’s-Edgehill School student who has been missing for two weeks.

Catherine Miller, also known as Catie, has not been in contact with her family since July 15. The 29-year-old has been described as being Caucasian with dark, shoulder-length hair that is often pulled back in a ponytail, pierced ears and grey eyes. She is five feet eight inches tall and approximately 130 pounds.

Const. Tracy MacDonald, of the Halifax Regional Police, says there is no evidence to suggest the Dartmouth woman has met with foul play.

“We, at this point, have no reason to believe that that is a concern,” he said.

Police are, however, asking the public to assist with the search for Miller, who was reported missing July 21.

“It doesn’t sound as if it would be her normal practice,” said MacDonald.

After graduating from Windsor’s King’s-Edgehill School, Miller attended Saint Mary’s University and later enrolled in an electrical program at NSCC.

Her parents, Bedford residents John and Terry Miller, are pleading for anyone with information about their daughter’s whereabouts to reach out to police.

“Please give us a call to let us know where she is and that she’s OK,” said MacDonald.

MacDonald is asking the general public to report potential sightings by calling Halifax Regional Police at 902-490-5020, or sharing information via Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-222-8477, or submitting a Secure Web Tip at