Family worries about missing woman
Family members and Winnipeg police are looking for a missing 21-year-old woman.
Claudette Osborne was last seen July 24, near Selkirk Avenue and Charles Street and is known to frequent that area.
She also goes by the name 'Penny Tyo.'
Osborne is 5'7", 145 lbs, and was wearing black pin striped pants, black v-necked t-shirt with a ruffled collar.
In an e-mail from a man who says he is in an on-again, off-again relationship with the missing woman, Matt Bushby tells CTV News the family is worried because the last conversation anyone had with Osborne dealt with her health.
"She indicated to us that she was hemorrhaging from delivering her baby girl on July 10," Bushy said in the e-mail. "She usually calls to let us know she is ok, but it has been over 14 days since her last call and we are very worried."
Osborne is the mother of four children.
Bushby said Claudette was very upset and said she may be suffering from post partum depression and is not thinking clearly.
In a phone interview with CTV News, her sister Tina said Claudette is now a sex trade worker, and she said Claudette has a drug addiction.
If you can help find Claudette Osborne, you're asked to call the Winnipeg Police Service Missing Persons Unit at (204) 986-6050 or the Police Non-Emergency line at (204) 986-6222.
With a report from CTV's Alana Pona.