14 years later: Victoria Police seek information on missing woman

Belinda Cameron was last seen May 11, 2005

The Victoria Police Department is asking the public for help in solving a 14-year old disappearance and suspected homicide.

Belinda Ann Cameron was last seen on May 11, 2005 at the Esquimalt Shoppers Drug Mart, in the 800-block of Esquimalt Rad.

She was not reported missing until June 4, 2005, nearly one month later.

At the time of her disappearance, Cameron was 42-years old. She’s an Indigenous woman standing five feet, eight inches tall and at the time had a medium to large build, weighing approximately 170 lbs. She had long, brown hair that she wore parted in the middle, and dark brown eyes.

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Cameron’s daughters are now adults and are seeking information into their mother’s disappearance.

Cameron’s disappearance is considered suspicious, and investigators believe she is a victim of foul play.

Her file continues to be investigated by detectives as a homicide.

Anyone with information on where Cameron may be or what happened to her is asked to call the VicPD Historical Case Review Office at 250-995-7390.

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