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Abbotsford Police seek help in tracking down missing teen

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Celine Lynn Johnny
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Abbotsford Police are asking for help in tracking down a missing 15-year-old girl.

Celine Lynn Johnny resides in a home operated by a charitable society, and was reported missing by staff on July 28 after failing to return from meeting a family member at a local mall.

Const. Ian MacDonald said the teen had been missing for about four hours at the time police were called, but had been due back much sooner than that. She has not contacted staff to let them know she is safe.

Police have attempted to contact the family member that Johnny was supposedly meeting, but have not been able to reach her. The relative lives in the Interior of B.C.

Police have contacted other relatives and friends of Johnny's, and believe she is still in the company of that person.

MacDonald said police are concerned because Johnny has medical needs which include having to carry an EpiPen for allergic reactions and an inhaler.

She is described as five feet fall, 110 pounds with brown eyes and hair. If anyone has information about her whereabouts, they are asked to contact the Abbotsford Police Department at 605-859-5225.

 

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