Despite postings on social media claiming to the contrary, RCMP continue to consider Tori Schram a missing person.
The woman is facing charges from an alleged April 2018 home invasion which may be making her reluctant to contact police.
But Prince George RCMP Cpl. Craig Douglass said Friday that RCMP's primary concern is that she's safe and sound.
He also said police will accept confirmation from a "confirmed verifier" such as a parent provided they, in turn, are not relying on hearsay.
"If they came forward and said 'she's fine, I've seen her,' not 'oh, yeah, somebody said she was okay,'" he said. "They have to basically say 'yeah, I've seen her and she's okay."
Douglass added that Schram can simply call RCMP although that may not be good enough to take her completely off the list.
"It would help in the sense that we'd feel better knowing she's okay," Douglass said. "Calling us herself may not be good enough because she might be being held against her will but at least we know she is okay or at least still alive."
Schram, 24, is described as Caucasian, 168 cm (5'6") tall and weighing 54 kgs (119 lbs) with long brown hair and blue eyes.
Schram has not been seen since April 30. She was living in the Pineview area and has ties to Quesnel.