UPDATED – Located: Maskwacis RCMP seek assistance in locating missing First Nations youth

The 15-year-old went missing from the Samson Cree Nation Nov. 26

UPDATE: Maskwacis RCMP say the youth has been located.

Maskwacis RCMP ask the public for help in locating a missing First Nations youth.

Police say 15-year-old Crystal Sky Rabbit was last seen by her family on the Samson Cree Nation in the early morning of Nov. 26.

Rabbit is described as First Nations with long dark hair, about 145 cm (4’9”) tall, and weighing about 54 kg (120 pounds). She was last known to be wearing a long green winter coat with fur trim on the hood and may have a backpack with her.

In anyone has any information on Rabbit please contact the Maskwacis RCMP at 780-585-3767 or your local police service. If you wish to remain anonymous you can contact Crime Stoppers by phone at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), by Internet at www.tipsubmit.com, or by SMS.

Maskwacis is located about 70 kilometres south of Edmonton on Highway 2A near the intersection of Highway 611 between Wetaskiwin and Ponoka.

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