Twenty-eight-year-old Jami Springer was last seen in Moncton on August 31 2016, on McLaughlin Drive.
She has not been seen nor heard from since, and police consider her disappearance suspicious.
An award of $12,000 is being offered through Crime Stoppers for information that leads to finding her.
Jami Springer is described as Caucasian, with dark brown hair and brown eyes. She is 5’4″ tall, and weighs approximately 106 lbs.
She has numerous distinctive tattoos, including a molecule on her inside left forearm, a pink ribbon below her right shoulder blade, a flower on her upper back, a butterfly on her lower back extending around her waist, the Lord’s Prayer on her left thigh, “MaryJane” on her left collarbone, “MJ” inside her left ear, a red-white-blue popsicle on her right upper arm and multiple colourful tattoos on her right upper arm including lollipops, an ice cream cone and a birthday cake.
The RCMP says they continue to receive tips, which investigators look into, however they would not say how recently they’ve received such leads.
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Reference Case#: 20161177370
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