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Canada Friends believe new video footage is missing woman Holly Ellsworth-Clark

18:56  12 february  2020
18:56  12 february  2020 Source:   calgaryherald.com

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Holly Ellsworth - Clark has been missing in Hamilton since Jan. 11. (Instagram). Greta, Holly 's mother, says they've used garbage bags as rain Officers urge residents around Wentworth Street toward Shaw Street to review any surveillance footage for Holly , noting the poncho and garbage bag.

Hamilton police release new video of missing woman Holly Ellsworth - Clark . The search comes days after Ellsworth - Clark 's family found new surveillance footage that showed her last confirmed sighting. Holly Ellsworth - Clark left Calgary to pursue a music career in Hamilton and Toronto.

a person sitting in front of a laptop: Elle McFearsin, left, and Andrea Llewellyn, coordinators of the family-led search for Holly Ellsworth-Clark, pose for a photo on Tuesday, February 11, 2020. Azin Ghaffari/Postmedia© Azin Ghaffari Elle McFearsin, left, and Andrea Llewellyn, coordinators of the family-led search for Holly Ellsworth-Clark, pose for a photo on Tuesday, February 11, 2020. Azin Ghaffari/Postmedia

It’s been a month since Holly Ellsworth-Clark was last seen rushing out the front door of her home in Hamilton, Ontario. And with no other credible sighting since then, family and friends of the former Calgarian had begun losing hope.

But just as her parents were set to return to Calgary for the first time since their daughter went missing, video footage of a young woman walking down a street Feb. 3 was sent to one of the many volunteers searching for Ellsworth-Clark.

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Search for missing woman Holly Ellsworth - Clark hits central Hamilton. Hamilton police say the missing woman , originally from Calgary, was last seen Police have released new security footage of Holly Ellsworth - Clark , the Calgary woman who went missing in Hamilton nearly three weeks ago.

In this video , a woman , who police say is Holly Ellsworth - Clark , walks in the rain, wearing what appears to be a rain poncho with black pants and black boots, while carrying a black garbage bag that appears to be full.

Family friends Andrea Llewellyn and Elle McFearsin, who watched the video at a coffee shop in Calgary, told Postmedia that the family is confident the woman is Ellsworth-Clark, though her face isn’t clear in the footage. The two, who have been integral in co-ordinating the search for Ellsworth-Clark, won’t publicly release the video because Hamilton police can’t confirm the identity of the woman, said Llewellyn.

Holly Ellsworth-Clark in a photo shared on social media.© Holly Clark Search/Facebook Holly Ellsworth-Clark in a photo shared on social media.

“This is renewed hope. We’ve been searching for weeks and weeks, and now there’s an image on our phones of what looks to be Holly . . . The family and search crew know Holly very well, so looking at the video we see her mannerisms, her assertive stride, her shoes, shoe size and her hair,” McFearsin said Tuesday, adding that the woman in the video walks past one of the many missing-person’s posters with Ellsworth-Clark’s face on it.

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Search for missing woman Holly Ellsworth - Clark hits central Hamilton. Hamilton police say the missing woman , originally from Calgary, was last seen Police have released new security footage of Holly Ellsworth - Clark , the Calgary woman who went missing in Hamilton nearly three weeks ago.

CALGARY -- Holly Ellsworth - Clark ’s family is convinced she walked right past one of the thousands of posters placed around Hamilton in an effort In the video , the woman is wearing jeans and a sweater — clothes different than those Ellsworth - Clark was last seen wearing when she disappeared on Jan.

Ellsworth-Clark went missing Jan. 11 and hasn’t been heard from since . Shortly after her disappearance, Hamilton police released a video of her on the day she left her home and have continued to investigate tips received from the public and the family’s search crew.

Det. John Obrovac with Hamilton police spoke with Ellsworth-Clark’s family on Tuesday to discuss the video.

“Her family is hopeful it’s her and they feel that they have a high degree of certainty that it’s her, but we are all in agreement that we can’t say 100 per cent that it’s her. I definitely cannot say it’s 100 per cent her in the video,” said Obrovac.

Llewellyn said that at the time of Ellsworth-Clark’s disappearance, the 27-year-old had been in regular communication with her family and friends in Calgary, after moving to Hamilton only a few months ago from the Alberta city to pursue a career in music. But the day before she went missing, she left a voice-mail message in which she told her parents she’d been running through the woods all night from two men.

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Ellsworth - Clark was reported missing Saturday afternoon and officers began looking for her right away, he said. Detectives from the criminal Holly is a wrestler and is very skilled outdoors as the family spent time camping, she said. Kate said her sister spent time outside to deal with her loneliness

Missing Woman videos and latest news articles Holly Ellsworth - Clark , who came from Calgary to Hamilton to pursue a music career, has not been Guelph police say the woman was found by officers in less than 30 minutes thanks to Project Lifesaver after she was reported missing on New Year’s Day.

Ellsworth-Clark’s bank accounts have remained untouched but the woman in the video is wearing different clothes than what Ellsworth-Clark left her home with. Llewellyn said there are many unanswered questions about what’s happened.

“We want to piece together this puzzle of where Holly is, where is she going and answer all the why questions, too,” said Llewellyn. “Even if it’s her in the video, we can’t conclusively say she’s OK and not at risk. Everything is speculation.”

In Hamilton, volunteers, family and friends have continued to knock on doors, visit businesses and search the streets every day.

Obrovac said the family’s search for their daughter is great, adding that there are many theories about what happened to Ellsworth-Clark.

“Without having anything to follow up with or having information that’s confirmed to be true, it’s a tough situation,” said the detective.

A GoFundMe called “Bring Holly Home: Supporting the Ellsworth-Clarks” was started to financially support the search and other costs associated with family and friends’ prolonged stay in Hamilton.

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