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North Delta, B.C. - Brittany Stalman was last seen by her family on November 13, 2006 as she walked out of the home they shared in North Delta, BC. After an argument on the phone with her boyfriend, Brittany told her father she was going on a walk to clear her head and left around 1:00 pm, and it would be the last time her family would see her.
Did Brittany kill herself after arguing with her boyfriend? This is possible, of course, but unlikely. Brittany's mother, Sandra Stalman, explained that her daughter "does suffer from bouts of depression." However, Sandra also added that Brittany's "got ups and downs no different than any other, but she's basically a happy kid." People can hide their depression from their friends and family. But I find it odd that if Brittany did kill herself her body has never been found.
Brittany's loved ones need at least some sense of closure. The Delta Police say that they've "exhausted all traditional avenues" in their search for Brittany. Someone out there knows what happened to Brittany, and it's time for them to come forward.
If you have any information about this case, please contact the Delta Police at 604-946-4411.
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