Police investigating leads, but still no sign of missing N.B. woman

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Had Donna O`Rielly arrived home Friday as expected, she would have found out the exciting news that she was going to become a grandmother for the fourth time.Her husband Harold was waiting for his wife to get home from work so they could call their daughter Amy at her home in Ontario so Amy could tell her mom the great news.

But O`Rielly, 54, never made it home and now her family members are gathered at the O`Rielly`s Moncton home, eagerly awaiting any word of where their loved one disappeared to.

O`Rielly left her job at H&R Block in Highfield Square Friday at 8 p.m. after what was apparently a standard shift.

No one has heard from her since, and her car was found still parked at Highfield Square.

Over the weekend, volunteers from the Tri-County Ground Search and Rescue searched the area around Highfield Square and along the nearby CN Rail main line, looking through dumpsters and in bushes for any clue to the woman's disappearance.

The RCMP also conducted a ground search, and a police helicopter conducted an aerial search.

Const. Chantal Farrah said police are investigating any and all leads, conducting interviews and examining any piece of information they come by that may help in the search.

A group of family members handed out flyers in the area on Sunday in the hope that it might drum up some information on O`Rielly's whereabouts but, as of Monday, the family had no word on her disappearance.

Organizations: H&R Block, Tri-County Ground Search, CN Rail RCMP

Geographic location: Highfield Square, Moncton

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