Family searches for missing mom

The family and friends of 23-year-old Nikita Cheryl-Lynn Jack are frantically trying contact her after she disappeared, Thursday, Feb. 10.

  • Feb. 14, 2011 7:00 a.m.

The family of 23-year-old Nikita Cheryl-Lynn Jack are frantically trying contact her after she disappeared

The family and friends of 23-year-old Nikita Cheryl-Lynn Jack are frantically trying contact her after she disappeared, Thursday, Feb. 10.

Nikita Jack dropped off her three year-old daughter at her cousin’s home and was expected to pick the child up in the evening. She never arrived.

Leaving her daughter behind is out of character for the young mother and the family is asking for the public’s assistance in trying to locate her.

Nikita Jack is of First Nations descent, 5’ 5” tall and has two tattoos of initials of NJ on the top of her left hand, and ZK on the top of her right hand.

Her mother, Angie Isaac, of Spuzzum, has been frantically posting messages to her daughter on Facebook in the hope of contacting her or someone who has seen her.

Nikita Jack may have left Surrey for Kamloops.

Nikita Jack was one of two graduates in the Boston Bar Secondary School Class of 2005.

The family asks anyone with information to please call the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502.

Watch for updates at www.hopestandard.com

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