Salmon Arm man distraught over missing spouse

Jayleen Fuller left her home, husband and two young children on the afternoon of Nov. 28 and hasn't been seen by them since.

Mother of two

Update: A young Salmon Arm mother who went missing Nov. 28 has been found safe by a member of the Salmon Arm RCMP.

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Jayleen Fuller’s family wants her to come home.

Jayleen’s spouse Shawn McKay came to the Observer to ask for help finding her.

He explained she has been missing since the afternoon of Monday, Nov. 28.

“I gave her a couple of hundred dollars to go the the spa, have her nails done, and that’s the last I saw of her.”

Jayleen is 24. She has been struggling with mental health issues, he says. “She is considered a vulnerable person.”

The couple has two children, Jaylee, who’s two, and Shawn Junior, just four months old. The children are missing her.

“We really want her to come back,” he said through tears. “It’s not like her to do this. She’s never left her daughter, ever.”

Staff Sgt. Scott West of Salmon Arm RCMP confirms police have opened a missing person’s file on Jayleen Fuller.

If you have information on her whereabouts, you’re asked to call McKay at 250-832-3075 or the RCMP at 250-832-6044.

 

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