Update: Missing mother and daughter found in Kamloops

Boyko is now believed to be driving a grey Lincoln Navigator with significant body damage.

  • Feb. 25, 2017 6:00 a.m.
Pamela Boyko has been missing along with her one-year-old daughter since Feb. 22.

Pamela Boyko has been missing along with her one-year-old daughter since Feb. 22.

Update:

According to the Chase RCMP Pamela and Locklyn Boyko have been located safely in the Kamloops Area.

Earlier:

The Chase RCMP are requesting assistance from the public in locating a missing 32 year old woman and her 1 year old daughter.

Pamela Boyko left  her home with her daughter, Locklyn Boyko, at approximately 9 p.m. on Wednesday Feb. 22 and has not returned.

Pamela is described as being 5’6 tall, 110 pounds and has long brown hair with red highlights.

She was last seen wearing a tan shirt, grey wool throw over top, black and purple baggy workout pants.  Locklyn was wearing a dress with leggings.

Pamela is believed to be driving a 2013 white Ford F350 platinum with Alberta license plate BLZ3372.

UPDATE:

RCMP now believe Boyko is now driving a grey 2010 Lincoln Navigator with significant damage on the driver’s side of the bumper, scrapes along the length of the driver’s side and no driver’s side door mirror. The vehicle’s license plate number is unknown.

RCMP say the F350 Boyko was initially believed to be driving was returned at approximately 7:30 this morning. 

Anyone with information about Pamela and Locklyn are asked to call 911 or the Chase RCMP at (250) 679-3221.