Mystery surrounds the disappearance of 25-year-old Perth woman Alison Raspa, who hasn't been seen in 12 days.
Alison was living in the Canadian ski resort of Whistler, where she was last seen, leaving the Three Below Restaurant and Lounge in Whistler Village, at 11.30pm on Wednesday, November 22.
The next day, police found some of Alison's personal belongings, including her mobile phone, 5km away at Alpha Lake Park at Creekside Village, News.com.au reports.
Alison's family have flown to Canada to help in the search, telling News.com.au they were told Alison was “upset” about “something that happened at work” before she went missing.
“Her family are worried, we’re all worried, and we just want to see her home safely,” Alison's former flatmate Katie told Nine News.
“I posted it (on Facebook) the day after she was reported missing. There’s obviously a community here and people might know something,” she continued.
Whistler Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the Whistler Search and Rescue Society are continuing a large-scale search of the Alpha Lake Park area.
“We are trying to do anything we can and anything we can think of to track down the events and where she went between the time she left the bar,” Staff Sergeant Paul Hayes told Nine News.
“We haven’t given up the search.”