Serenity Roswell

UPDATE: Sylvan Lake RCMP search for two missing women is over

Serenity Rosewell and Jazmine Sleva were located and are safe

UPDATE: The two women have been located and are safe.

Sylvan Lake RCMP seek assistance in locating missing females

Sylvan Lake RCMP are currently searching for two females who have been reported missing by their families.

Serenity Roswell, 22, and Jazmine Sleva, 21, were last seen in Sylvan Lake on Nov. 21, and have not been seen since, nor have they been in touch with family.

RCMP would like to get in contact with the two women to ensure their safety. It is believed they may have travelled to British Columbia. RCMP believe they could be somewhere in the West Vancouver area.

RCMP ask those to be on the look out for a black 2015 Jeep Patriot, with the Alberta license plate BYH4108. RCMP believe they are travelling using this vehicle.

Roswell is described an Aboriginal female approximately 5’6” and roughly 115 lbs, with a slim build. She has brown hair that has been dyed blonde with brown eyes.

Sleva is a Caucasian female roughly 5’6” tall with a slim build. She has long blond hair and brown eyes. Sleva also has a lip piercing.

Anyone with information about these two women or their whereabouts are asked to call the Sylvan Lake RCMP at 403-858-7200 or the local RCMP detachment

Tips can also be made anonymously by contacting Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or at www.tipsubmit.com.



megan.roth@sylvanlakenews.com

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