2014-03-06 at 16:17
Regina police looking for missing teen heading toward Toronto
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Police in Regina are looking for a missing teen who may be passing through this area en route to Toronto.
The Regina Police Service is seeking public help to locate 14-year-old Angelica Laclaire, who was last seen in Regina on March 2, but police have confirmed that she was in Moosomin, Sask., later that same day.
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Police believe she is travelling alone and heading toward Toronto.
Angelica is an Aboriginal girl who stands about 5’5” and weighs about 122 pounds. She has long brown hair and blue eyes.
She also has pierced ears, sometimes wears glasses and may be wearing green sweatpants, a black jacket, brown boots and carrying a backpack.
Police say she may appear to be older than 14, and that she is travelling without medication that is prescribed to her.
Anyone who may have seen a person matching the description of Angelica is asked to contact the Regina Police Service at 1-306-777-6500 or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477, or contact your nearest police agency.
Anyone who has contact with Angelica should encourage her to contact her family and should then report to police, who will notify her family and assist in making arrangements for her safe return home.
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