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November 22, 2006 permalink
The following reports of missing girls say almost nothing, but since the Children's Aid Society is looking for them, it is likely they are runaways from foster care.
Two Missing Teens in Sudbury
The Children's Aid Society issued two news releases Wednesday (Nov. 22) requesting public assistance in finding a pair of missing girls. The two cases are not related.
The first is Rebecca Lawson, a 15-year-old native girl missing since Nov. 14. She has long brown, wavy hair, is approximately five-foot-six and 140 pounds. She generally wears a khaki green bomber-style jacket with a hood.
Rebecca is believed to be in the Sudbury area. She was last seen in the New Sudbury Shopping Centre and the Mont Adam St. area.
The second missing girl is 13-year-old Stephanie Deer, missing since Nov. 13.
She is described as a native girl, with dark complexion, dark eyes, clear skin, thin features and shoulder-length brown hair. She has no tattoos or piercings. She is approximately five-foot-six, 110 pounds with a tall and slender build. She generally wears jeans and large hooded sweaters.
She is believed to be in the Sudbury or Manitoulin area.
Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of these girls is asked to contact police.
Source: Northern Life