Two 12-year-old kids trying to drive from Alberta to B.C. are found

The youths were believed to have been driving a dark blue Chevrolet Cavalier headed to Radium, B.C.

12- year-old Nicolas Givotkoff

UPDATE: The two missing kids have been located in Airdrie, Alta.

Original story:

Alberta RCMP are looking for two 12-year-old children believed to have started driving from Alberta to B.C. on Monday.

Innisfail and Red Deer RCMP are asking for the public’s help to find Rhianna Pelletier and Nicolas Givotkoff.

In the wee hours of Monday morning, police said, Givotkoff travelled to Innisfail. He and Pelletier left Innisfail with a family vehicle described as a dark blue Chevrolet Cavalier.

RCMP believe the 12-year-olds drove themselves.

Pelletier and Givotkoff are believed to be travelling together and were last seen in Airdrie, Alta., at approximately 9 p.m. on Jan. 14.

Their vehicle was found in Airdrie, but the children have not been located up to this point.

Police have reason to believe that Pelletier and Givotkoff are attempting to get to Radium, B.C.

Officers didn’t specify who is driving and are uncertain at this time.

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Pelletier is described as:

– Four-foot-five to five feet tall

– 80-90 lbs.

– Brown hair

– Blue eyes

She may be wearing a black coat with grey coloured cuffs

Givotkoff is described as:

– Five-foot-six

– 140 lbs.

– Brown hair

– Blue eyes

He wears braces and may be wearing a grey Red Deer Rebels hat and a cream-coloured hoodie with a tiger on the front.

If you have information about this incident, please call the Innisfail RCMP at 403-341-3341 or call your local police.

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12-year-old Rhianna Pelletier

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