The Calgary Police on Wednesday announced that they are seeking public’s assistance to gather information about a woman who vanished after ending an intimate relationship in early 1990.
“We are asking for the public’s help to gather information regarding the disappearance of Moui NGUYEN, also known as “Ni”, who was 29 years old when she was reported missing,” the Calgary Police said in a statement.
Nguyen’s family last saw her in Calgary in January of 1990. She was a refugee from Vietnam who arrived in Calgary from Thailand in the mid 1980s.
She worked in Downtown Calgary at a coffee shop and a clothing store called La Quinta Fashions located at 855 2 Street S.W.
It was reported at the time that NGUYEN had ended a relationship with an intimate partner shortly before her disappearance, the Calgary Police Service added in its statement.
The statement also added that the investigation has been ongoing, and members of the Calgary Police Service Missing Persons Team would like to identify and speak with people who have information about NGUYEN and her whereabouts after January 1990.
Anyone with information about NGUYEN’s disappearance, or her movements any time after January 1990, is asked to call the Calgary Police Service at 403-266-1234 or the Calgary Police Service Missing Persons Tip line at 403-428-2250.