Police are looking for 14-year-old Morgan Durocher who has been missing since July 30.

Police ask for help locating missing Nelson youth

Police across Canada are asking for help locating a 14-year-old girl from Nelson who has been missing since “voluntarily” leaving Trail

Police across Canada are asking for help locating a 14-year-old girl from Nelson who has been missing since “voluntarily” leaving Trail on July 30.

The family of Morgan Durocher has issued a picture and along with police are asking for any help from the public locating the youth.

“We are trying to find her to establish her well being,” said Trail RCMP Sgt. Rob Hawton. “If anybody knows where she is, they should contact any police department. It would be much appreciated.”

Durocher is described as 5’4” and 115 pounds with a slim build. She has a small nose stud, braces and shoulder length brown hair.

Family members say if she is spotted she may run if approached and ask that the local police department be advised immediately.

The Nelson Police Department can be reached at 250-354-3919. Trail RCMP can be reached at 250-364-2566.

 

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