Missing 14 year old Female – LOCATED

The Sylvan Lake RCMP asked for the public's assistance to locate the missing 14 year old female earlier this week.

 

The Sylvan Lake RCMP have located  Latisha Dawn Dunlop-Perrault safe and in good condition.

The Sylvan Lake RCMP asked for the public’s assistance to locate the missing 14 year old female earlier this week.

Dunlop-Perrault had not been seen since the morning of Sunday October 9, 2016 at approximately 02:00 a.m.

“We would like to thank the public for their assistance in this matter,” said Sergeant Jeff McBeth, Sylvan Lake RCMP.

There was no indication that Dunlop-Perrault’s disappearance was suspicious, however RCMP were concerned for her well-being and needed to locate the 14 year old to ensure her safety.

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