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The last confirmed sighting of Ms. Denny was in Knox County, Tennessee, on September 19th. Police know she entered the United States in late August and interacted with police in Alabama and then Knox County; investigators will be speaking with local police in that area to generate information on where she may have gone since then.  

Police have explored the numerous tips of information coming forward, but have been unable to confirm any further sightings of Ms. Denny.

Chrisma Denny was reported as missing by her family on November 4th, 2014; she was last seen in the Eskasoni area on August 22nd. Originally from Eskasoni, it’s believed Ms. Denny was most recently living in Sydney, but has also been known to travel outside of the Cape Breton area for periods of time. She is described as 5’ 6” tall and 145 pounds, with brown hair, brown eyes and light skin.

Police would like to locate and speak directly with Ms. Denny and continue to ask anyone who has seen or spoken with her since September 19th or who has any additional information on her whereabouts to please contact Cape Breton Regional Police (902-563-5151), Eskasoni RCMP (902-379-2822) or anonymously through CrimeStoppers.