Provincial police are looking for a Cowansville woman who was last seen getting on a bus to Ontario in Montreal’s Berri St. bus station at 8 a.m. on Saturday.
Kimberley Greig, 36, is five-foot-three, weighs 110 pounds, has long, curly, dark blonde hair past her waist and blue eyes. She has several tattoos, including on her right hand, wrist and right shoulder. She was wearing blue jeans and a dark green winter coat with fur trim on the hood and black Dr. Martens. She was carrying a brown camouflage Herschel backpack and a large black bag with a shoulder strap.
Police said Greig’s family has reason to be concerned for her safety.
The Voix de l’Est newspaper in Granby reported that Greig, a mother of three, left for work Friday morning but never arrived. Family members told the newspaper that that she had bought a bus ticket and that her car was later found in the parking lot of a local pool hall.
Anyone who sees Greig is asked to call 911. Anyone with information that could help shed light on her disappearance can also make a confidential call to the Sûreté du Québec’s criminal information line at 1 800 659-4264.