Calgary police continue search for woman who went missing in February

A woman reported missing in late February remains to be seen, and Calgary police continue to seek public help.

Chelsea Davidenas, 29, was last seen on Feb. 17, and her family has tried to contact her to no avail.

Police made a call for help at the beginning of March, and since then, they have taken “several investigative steps” to find her, but have no updates on Davidenas’ whereabouts.

“At this time, we haven’t been able to confirm Chelsea’s last known location and are continuing to ask the public for help,” a news release reads.

Davidenas’ family and police are concerned for her well-being.

CityNews spoke with her family earlier in March, and they believe Davidenas may have been taken against her will and is in a lot of danger.

In addition, officers investigated a report that said she was spotted at the Calgary International Airport with two men, but they investigated the allegation and don’t believe it is legitimate.

She is 5’7″ tall and 120 pounds with a slim build, blonde hair, and brown eyes. Davidenas also wears glasses and has multiple tattoos on her face and chest.

Police ask anyone with information on the woman’s disappearance to call them at 403-266-1234 or leave a tip anonymously through Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

-With files from Lauryn Heintz and Tiffany Goodwein

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