UPDATE: Missing South Surrey teen located: police

Police say youth last seen on Nov. 12 was found and is safe

UPDATE: A South Surrey teen who was reported missing on Nov. 16 has been located.

Surrey RCMP say a teen who was reported missing more than a week ago has been found “and is safe.”

The teen – described as Caucasian, 5’7”, 99 lbs., with black hair and brown eyes – was last seen in the area of 14 Avenue and 133A Street on Nov. 12, according to a release issued early Nov. 16.

Monday (Nov. 25), police announced she has been found.

“Thank you to the public, media and our policing and community partners for their assistance,” the release states.



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