UPDATE: Missing teen located: Lakeshore Regional Police Service requests assistance locating missing person

A teen-aged female reported missing Oct. 29 has been found.
Lakeshore Regional Police Service based in Driftpile reports that Joslin Gladue, 17, was located Nov. 1, says Cst. Patrick O’Brien.
“With the information posted and shared, community members had the information needed and were able to be proactive and search local communities, which assisted in locating Joslin quickly and safe,” O’Brien says.
Police thank everyone who assisted in finding the missing person.
Gladue had been reported last seen in Sucker Creek First Nation.

Lakeshore Regional Police Service are seeking the Public’s assistance in locating Joslin GLADUE (17). She was last seen in Sucker Creek First Nation Alberta on October 29th 2019.

Joslin is Described as:

  • Dark brown hair / brown eyes
  • Approximately 5’6 in height
  • First Nations Female

There is concern for Joslin’s well-being. Police would like to locate and speak with her as soon as possible. Police are asking the public’s assistance for any information in relation to her whereabouts. Please contact the Lakeshore Regional Police Service at 587-749-0421 or your local police. If you wish to remain anonymous, you can contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).

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