MISSING: Two Teenagers From Alexis Creek

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ALEXIS CREEK, B.C. – On May 30th, Alexis Creek RCMP received a call at around 7:45 a.m. of two missing teens.

17 year old Christopher Butler and 16 year old Katrina Squinas left the Tatla Lake area sometime during the night of May 30th. Information given to police lead them to believe that the pair may be travelling in a grey 2000 Toyota Echo with BC licence plate 376-THP. They don’t know where the destination is believe to be.


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Katrina is described as:

  • a First Nations female
  • 5’9 inches tall
  • slender build
  • black waist length hair
  • brown eyes
  • lighter skin
  • No known clothing descriptors

Missing Teens Alexis Creek RCMP

Christopher is described as:

  • First Nations male
  • 5’11 inches tall
  • average build
  • black short curly hair
  • brown eyes
  • No known clothing descriptors

Anyone with information on Katrina and Christopher, or the vehicle they are travelling in are asked to call 9-1-1 or Alexis Creek RCMP at 250-394-4211.

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