Canada Police conclude search of lake for girl reported missing, still investigating

05:06  26 june  2020
05:06  26 june  2020 Source:   msn.com

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HALIFAX — Police in Halifax have stopped searching a lake for a girl who was reported missing by a bystander.

Halifax Regional Police say they didn't find her, found no evidence of foul play and note that no missing person report has been filed by a parent or guardian.

Police say even though they did not find anything in and around Kearney Lake the investigation is ongoing.

Earlier Thursday, police asked the public for information as officers searched for a girl, about five-years-old, who was reported missing from a beach.

She is described as white, under four feet tall, with a slim build and brown shoulder-length hair.

Police say the girl was last seen wearing a dark peach and maroon one-piece bathing suit, and she left behind a pair of denim shorts, a blue T-shirt with "Let's go Ninja" written on it, a pair of swim goggles and a single key.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published June 25, 2020.

The Canadian Press

Nelson House RCMP searching for 16-year-old girl last seen Tuesday morning .
RCMP in Nelson House, Man., are searching for a teenaged girl who was reported missing early Wednesday morning. Mandy Rosie Moore, 16, was reported missing to RCMP at 12:35 a.m. She was last seen walking back from the Wilfred Linklater camp — roughly four kilometres from the junction of Provincial Roads 391 and 620 — around 6 a.m. Tuesday, according to police. Moore is said to have long dark hair, a slim build, and stands at five foot one tall.  She was wearing a "Hustler" hoodie with black pants when she last seen, police say. Anyone with information is asked to call Nelson House RCMP at 204-484-2837, or Manitoba Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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