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19 reported missing

Sam Berenyi
Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Update: 1:07PM POLICE are urging parents to make sure they are aware of their childrens whereabouts after an increasing number of missing persons reports were lodged with the various police divisions.

Since January 1, 19 missing person reports have been filed, with the majority of the cases being between 17-26 years of age, with six cases of persons under 16.

While the majority of cases have been resolved, the major concern is the lack of communication between parents and children.

Within two days of being reported as missing, most people will be found safe or have returned home.



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