RCMP in Manitoba have released new information concerning the disappearance of a woman in the Rennie area.

On Thursday at approximately 4:10 pm, Whitemouth RCMP received a report of a missing 29-year-old woman from Winnipeg.

It was reported to police that Brittany Dawn Storey was in the Rennie area on a group chat with friends when she reportedly announced she had struck a tree and the call was lost. Despite repeated attempts, nobody was able to reach Storey on her phone.

Police patrolled the area between Rennie and Winnipeg, including back roads, but there was no sign of Storey or her vehicle, a white 2016 Dodge Journey with Manitoba licence plate LFR 884. Storey has not shown up for work nor returned to her residence in Winnipeg. She has not been active on social media.

Family and police are concerned for Storey's well-being.

On Monday, RCMP indicated that further information has been obtained that has led investigators to the Molson area. RCMP Remote Piloted Aircraft Services had a drone up in the Molson area on Sunday, and the Civil Air Search and Rescue Association (CASARA) has been in the air assisting with the search.

Officers continue to interview individuals in relation to this investigation.

If anyone has information, please call Whitemouth RCMP at 204-348-2935, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-8477, or secure tip online at www.manitobacrimestoppers.com.

Storey is described as six feet tall and 130 pounds with blonde hair and blue eyes.