Grande Prairie RCMP search for child missing since early October

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On October 8th, a family member reported to Grande Prairie RCMP that 13-year-old Kaylib Danilak was missing, and had last been seen by that family member the day before.

Although there is nothing to lead police to believe anything suspicious about his disappearance, police and his family are concerned.

Danilak is described as Caucasian, with blonde hair and blue eyes.

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He weighs 120 lbs, is 5’6” tall, and was last seen wearing a grey hat, hoodie and blue jeans.

Danilak has been spotted in various areas around Grande Prairie but has left these locations before being intercepted by police.

Grande Prairie RCMP wish to locate and speak to him as soon as possible.

Anyone who knows of Danilak’s whereabouts, or has recently been in contact with him, is asked to contact the Grande Prairie RCMP Detachment at 780-830-5701, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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