Reward extended for missing woman
Sun Youth is extending the $10,000 reward for a missing woman.
Marilyn Bergeron left her parents' Quebec City home on February 17, 2008.
She has not been seen since.
Bergeron was 24 years old when she left her parents' house to go for a walk, and was seen that day trying to get money out of a bank machine.
Her credit card was used at 4:30 p.m. at a Cafe Depot in St. Romuald, about 20 kilometres from her parents' home.
The cashier at the coffee shop remembered serving Bergeron, noting her depressed attitude and how quickly she left the shop.
Bergeron had been living in Montreal since 2005, but returned to Quebc City in February 2008, because she was afraid of something.
However she never told her family exactly what she was frightened of.
"At my parent's location she couldn't say what was wrong," said her sister Nathalie at the time. "She couldn't tell her what she was afraid of and the only thing she could do was to cry."
One year after Bergeron went missing, Sun Youth offered a $10,000 reward for any information leading to her discovery.
That reward offer was due to expire this month, but the offer has now been extended until June 5, 2010.
Bergeron is 24 years old, is 5 foot 7 inches tall, and weighs 115 pounds. She is white with brown hair and blue-green eyes. She has a tattoo of a Pegasus between her right shoulder and right breast.
Anyone with information about Bergeron is asked to call 418-641-AGIR (2447).