VicPD releases more photos of Indigenous Esquimalt woman missing since 2005

VicPD releases more photos of Indigenous Esquimalt woman missing since 2005
Photos courtesy of Victoria Police
Victoria Police is renewing calls for information about missing woman Belinda Cameron, in hopes someone with information will come forward.

Belinda Cameron has been missing since May 11, 2005, and her daughters are hoping someone will come forward with information that will help them understand their mother’s disappearance.

To help, Victoria Police are releasing previously unshared photos of Cameron, in hopes they will lead to information about her whereabouts.

Victoria Police say Cameron was the mother of two young daughters when she went missing.

She was last seen at the Esquimalt Shopper’s Drug Mart on May 11, then was reported missing a month later on June 4, 2005.

Attempts to find her have so far been unsuccessful, but her now-adult daughters are hoping someone will have information about her disappearance.

At the time of her disappearance, Cameron was a 42-year-old Indigenous woman who stood five feet, eight inches tall with a medium to large build, and weighed approximately 170 pounds. Cameron had long, dark brown hair that she wore parted in the middle, and dark brown eyes. She wore silver-framed glasses.

VicPD say Cameron’s disappearance is considered suspicious and investigators believe that she was the victim of foul play. Her disappearance continues to be investigated as a homicide.

If someone has information about where Cameron may be, or what happened to her, they are asked to call VicPD’s Historical Case Review Office at 250-995-7390, or call Greater Victoria Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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