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[curly ribbon hair]Lumsden RCMP Trying to Locate Children Missing Since Saturday



  Category: Local News

  Published: Monday, 19 July 2021 06:23

  Written by Daniel McElroy

  Two children have been missing from the Regina Beach area since Saturday evening and the RCMP says that they are now worried for their well-being.

  13-year-old Dylan Peterson, and 14-year-old Brooklyn Pelletier were last seen in Regina Beach at 6 pm on July 17.

  Peterson is described as a Caucasian male, with short light brown curly hair. He was last seen wearing a blue, red, and white jacket; black and grey shorts, and a Louis-Vuitton baseball hat.

  Pelletier is described as a First Nation female. She was last seen wearing a pink sweater and jeans.

  Anyone with information about Dylan and Brooklyn’s whereabouts is asked to please call Lumsden RCMP at 306-731-4270.


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