Twyla Roscovich’s last known whereabouts were at a bank in Campbell River on Sept. 7 and her car, a dark green 1997 Volvo 850 station wagon, was found on Sept. 14 near the Quadra Island Ferry Terminal. (Photo submitted)

Campbell River woman has been missing for a week

The filmmaker and activist has been missing since Sept. 7

Twyla Roscovich has been missing since Sept 7.

Roscovich, a resident of Sointula who grew up in Campbell River, is a 38-year-old independent filmmaker and environmental activist.

She left Sointula on Sept. 6 travelling alone toward Campbell River.

Her friends and family became worried after not hearing from her for over a week. They have since been posting updates on her Facebook page.

Her last known whereabouts were at a bank in Campbell River on Sept. 7 and her car, a dark green 1997 Volvo 850 station wagon, was found on Sept. 14 near the Quadra Island Ferry Terminal.

She is believed to be in either Campbell River, Quadra Island or Cortes Island.

RCMP and B.C. Ferries staff are assisting in the search.

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