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The Disappearance of Roberta Marie Sims

The Disappearance of Roberta Marie Sims


Case File Overview

Roberta (Robin) Marie Sims vanished from Prince George, BC, Canada sometime on or after May 6th, 2017.

55-year-old Robin was reported missing by a concerned citizen on May 14th, 2017. When Robin disappeared she had her small dog with her.

Roberta Marie Sims’ Dog

Image of missing person Roberta Marie Sims' dog
Image source: Global News

Authorities believe that Robin has been murdered.

Many witnesses came forward and reported last seeing Robin during the afternoon of Saturday May 6th, 2017 near her home. Robin’s address is 3015 3rd Avenue, Prince George. Robin was also spotted  near the BX Pub and the Spruceland CIBC bank around the time she disappeared.

Police suspect Robin was murdered shortly after these sightings and that her vehicle, a 2003 Chevrolet Trailblazer with the BC licence plate BH2 48X, was used by the perpetrator until it was located by police.

Image of suspected murder victim Roberta Marie Sims' 2003 Chevy Trailblazer
Image source: Royal Canadian Mounted Police website

Sgt. Todd Wilson of the Prince George RCMP Serious Crimes Unit said, Although Robin’s vehicle has been located by police, we believe that it was used in her murder.

Robin’s dog was located with her vehicle, although it’s unclear if the dog was alive when it was discovered.

The police are looking for anyone who may have seen Robin’s vehicle between Saturday May 6th and Wednesday May 10th, 2017.

Authorities are also seeking information about Sims’ habits and regular activities.

Roberta Marie Sims

Image of missing person Roberta Marie Sims
Image source: Prince George Citizen

Roberta (Robin) Marie Sims:

  • Caucasian female
  • 55 years old
  • 163 cm (5’4”)
  • 70 kg (154 lbs)
  • Long blonde hair
  • Blue eyes
  • Several tattoos including on her left upper arm, her left upper chest and a robin bird on the right side of her neck
  • She goes by the first name of Robin, may also go by the first name of Bobby and the last names of Chambers and Jacobson

Case File Theories

The police aren’t releasing too much information about this new and active investigation. However, they’ve explained that Robin’s disappearance is “very suspicious and out of character.” Moreover, authorities have publicly stated that they’re treating Robin’s disappearance as a homicide and have turned the case over to the Serious Crime Unit. Additionally, police have said they believe Robin’s vehicle “was used in her murder.”

Given all of this, I think it’s safe to safe to say that Robin has been murdered. Unfortunately, though, not enough is known about Robin’s case to offer any suspects.

Prince George is in a well-forested area with countless spots to hide a body. Hunting season is fast-approaching, and I hope that if Robin has indeed been murdered her remains are located before snow begins to fall in the region.

What do you think happened to Robin?

Help spread the word about Robin’s disappearance. Robin and her loved ones deserve justice.

Anyone with any information about Robin’s disappearance or murder is asked to contact Cst. Jessica Gillam or Sgt. Todd Wilson of the Serious Crimes Unit at (250) 561-3300 or anonymously contact Crime Stoppers at 1(800)222-8477, online at, or Text-A-Tip to CRIMES (274637) using keyword pgtips.

Related Reading

Roberta Marie Sims – RCMP Case file information

“Prince George RCMP suspect foul play in case of missing 55-year-old woman”Global News article

“Foul play suspected in woman’s disappearance”Prince George Citizen article

Interested in missing person cases? Check out the disappearance of Amy Wroe Bechtel and the strange case of Lauria Bible and Ashley Freeman.


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    I Am Not Sure If This Is Gonna Help, But Around The Time Robin Went Missing, These People Heard A Sound Of A Woman Screaming In Aleza Lake. At Rae Lee’s Old Residence 33133 Upper Fraser Rd. There Has Been Some-One Spotted There Too, They Said It Was A Homeless Man (Desmond Hallem) From Willow River.

    • Christine Christine

      Hi Anne. Thank you for this information. There is so little out there about this case that anything helps. The thought of the screams is extremely unsettling. Even if this is rumour, I suggest you mention this information to the local police. I’m sure every little lead they can check out might help solve this case. Thanks again!

  2. Gracie Gracie

    This really does sound like a stranger abduction. The hardest kind of case to solve. Sounds like a car jacking were Robin just happened to be in the wrong place. Would be great if Anne’s information might be useful in solving this to give resolution to her family.

    • Christine Christine

      Hi Gracie. Thanks for your comment. It definitely seems as though Robin’s disappearance could be a car jacking. It’s the wrong place at the wrong time cases that sometimes frighten me the most; this could happen to anyone! I’m worried Robin hasn’t been located and the weather in the region is about to change, but I hope her loved ones can find some resolution soon.

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    • Christine Christine

      Thanks for reading and for taking the time to comment. Happy holidays!

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