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UPDATE: Surrey woman located

A Surrey family is concerned for this woman who went missing on Monday. - Submitted
A Surrey family is concerned for this woman who went missing on Monday.
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Surrey RCMP confirmed Thursday morning that Ehaloak has been located.

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Prior story:

Surrey RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a high risk missing female.

Alice Ehaloak was reported missing Saturday, Sept. 2 and is believed to have left her home in the 18900 block of 72A Avenue in the early morning the day prior. She has not been seen or heard from since.

Family and police are concerned about her current health and well-being as this is out of character and she has never gone missing before.

She is described as a 25 year old Aboriginal female, 5’2”, 111 lbs, with long black hair and brown eyes. She has a tattoo on her lower back area and may be wearing purple skinny jeans, sandals, and possibly a red shirt.

Anyone who knows the whereabouts of this Ehaloak, please contact the Surrey RCMP Missing Persons Unit at 604-599-0502, or Crime Stoppers, at 1-800-222-8477 quoting file number 2014-126739.

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