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Canada Missing woman's husband persists in search despite cold trail

03:20  01 january  2018
03:20  01 january  2018 Source:   edmontonjournal.com

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The husband of a missing Edmonton woman believes it’s possible she is still alive.

Nadia Atwi, 32, was last seen in the area of 48 Street and 146 Avenue at 6:30 a.m. on Dec. 8. Her vehicle was located at around 12:30 p.m. that day in the Rundle Park area. Both police and members of the public conducted searches across the city, but to no avail.

“There’s nothing. Nothing. No lead,” Atwi’s husband Ali Fneich said Saturday, speaking over the telephone.

Still, Fneich said he’s continuing his search by working with police and a small group of supporters. He recently went to Calgary to look for Atwi around shelters in that city. He said he also searched through her email and phone messages, but found no explanations or clues. Still, he thinks that it’s possible she’s alive and someone’s helping her, or she’s hiding.

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He said he and Atwi’s two-year-old son Mohammed doesn’t understand what’s going on, but asks questions about where his mother has gone.

“I can’t give him an answer. I don’t know what to tell my son,” he said.

Fneich said Atwi’s disappearance has created tension in his family, and that he’s now avoiding social media where he was facing negative comments. At a downtown vigil held on Dec. 17, when emotions boiled over and a fight erupted, Fneich was chased and punched.

Now, Fneich said he is trying to stay focused on a more technical search.

“That’s my only goal. Find where my wife is,” he said.

Edmonton police said Friday there were no updates in the case.

Atwi is described as having dark brown hair and brown eyes, weighs between 170 and 180 pounds, stands about five-foot-eight, and was last seen wearing dark clothing. She may be wearing a hijab and may be missing one or both of her shoes. She requires medication and may be confused.

Fneich earlier confirmed Atwi was diagnosed with bipolar disorder 10 years ago, and had been going through an episode.

While she had left before, he had always been in touch with her and she returned within 24 hours.

Anyone with information about Atwi’s whereabouts should contact Edmonton police.

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