15 year-old missing from Dawson Creek; could be in Alberta

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The Dawson Creek RCMP are looking for your help in locating Madelyn Whyte.

The 15 year-old has been missing since January 15, 2016. Whyte is a indigenous female that is 5’3 tall, 130 pounds with a small to medium build. Whyte has brown eyes and long black hair. The RCMP believe she may have dyed her hair blonde.

She was last seen wearing greyish/black hoody, black tights with rips across the thighs, and carrying a backpack.

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It is believed that she could be somewhere in Alberta but police cannot confirm her exact whereabouts and are concerned for her safety.

If you have seen Madelyn or know her whereabouts, please contact the Dawson Creek RCMP at 250-784-3700 or call 911 immediately if located.

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