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Missing Girls

October 13, 2010 permalink

Two crown ward girls are missing from Wellington County. The article asks for readers to call the police, though that may not be the best way to improve their condition.



Wellington OPP searching for missing teens

Cheyanne Metatawabin
Police handout
Cheyanne Metatawabin.
Natosha Lynn Charlie Stillaway
Police handout
Natosha Lynn Charlie Stillaway.

WELLINGTON COUNTY — Wellington County OPP are looking for two teens who ran away after being placed into a home last month.

Police say the two aboriginal teens, aged 15 and 16, are crown wards of northern Ontario agencies and had recently been placed into a home in the County of Wellington. On Sept. 24, the two teens ran away after going to Acton for a medical appointment.

They have not been seen since.

Natosha Lynn Charlie Stillaway, 15, is described as having a fair complexion and slight build. She is five feet tall, 108 pounds and wears glasses. She is sometimes called Tosha. When she ran away she was wearing a white T-shirt with a duck on it, a black sweater and jean shorts. She had blondish hair with black roots but is known to change the colour of her hair. She is originally from Thunder Bay.

Cheyanne Metatawabin, 16, is about five-feet, seven-inches tall and about 188 pounds. When she ran away she was wearing a short blue jean skirt, a long sleeve shirt, black flip flops with rhinestone squares on them and a white purse. She is originally from the Timmins area.

Anyone with information is asked to call police at 519-856-1506.

Source: The Record