Two disappearances reported by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police over the weekend

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police in New Brunswick is actively searching for two people reported missing in the past few days in the southeast province.

The first person wanted is a 39-year-old man from Cornhill, an area west of Petitcodiac.

Sussex RCMP is requesting public assistance in locating Ernest Randall, who was last seen on May 12 at approximately 7 p.m. on commercial grounds near the intersection of Cornridge and Baseline Roads.

The police were informed of his disappearance the next day. According to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the person left the scene on foot. The police followed several tips to try and locate him, but they still haven’t worked.

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police and his family said they were concerned about him.

Ernest Randall is approximately six feet two inches tall and weighs approximately 179 pounds. He has short brown hair, hazel eyes, and a beard. He was last seen wearing a beige jacket and blue jeans.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Ernest Randall is asked to contact the Sussex RCMP at 506-433-7700 or Crime Stoppers.

Ernest Randall was last seen on May 12, 2022. – Courtesy

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police is also looking for Alicia Jacqueline Randell, a missing woman from Moncton.

The 29-year-old was last seen on May 5 at around 8pm near Spring Road in Elgin, a DSL located south of Petitcodiac.

He was reported missing to the police a week later.

Police pursued several leads in an attempt to locate her, but they have not yet succeeded. The police and her family are worried about her.

There is a risk that this latency file will be handled in a special way by RCMP.

A check made by Acadie Nouvelle revealed that the young woman is currently facing various criminal charges, some of which are very serious.

Alicia Jacqueline Randell is charged with attempted murder, among other charges. She was released under certain circumstances pending trial.

The charges against the defendants date back to January 27, when a 47-year-old man was shot and killed on Robinson Street in Moncton.

Alisha Jacqueline Randell is approximately five feet 1 inch tall and of medium build.

She has shoulder length blonde hair and blue eyes. She has several signature tattoos, including one on the front of her neck depicting an eye in the shape of a pyramid, and several star-shaped tattoos on one of her arms.

A description of her dress is not available at this time, but she has been known to carry a pink handbag. She may walk limp.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Alicia Jacqueline Rundle is asked to contact the Caledonian Region Police Detachment RCMP at 506-387-2222 or Stoppers.

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