Missing teen Angel Emile has been located.

MISSING TEEN LOCATED: Williams Lake RCMP find Angel Emile ‘safe and sound’

Emile was reported missing Jan. 17

UPDATE:

Williams Lake RCMP have located missing teen, Angel Emile.

RCMP Staff Sgt. Del Byron said Emile is ‘safe and sound,’ and thanks the public for all their efforts in locating the 16-year-old.

Editor’s note: Because Emile is a minor, her photo has been removed from this story now that she has been found.

ORIGINAL:

Williams Lake RCMP are asking for the public’s help in locating a 16-year-old female, who was last seen Jan. 16 in the lakecity.

Angel Emile is described as a 16-year-old Indigenous female, four-foot-10 inches tall, 100 pounds, with brown eyes and long brown hair, wearing a grey and black jacket and black leggings.

She was last seen on Windmill Crescent in Williams Lake.

RCMP Staff Sgt. Del Byron said police received a missing persons report on Friday. Jan. 17 at 11:56 p.m.

Byron said if anyone has any information about Angel Emile or where she may be, please contact the Williams Lake detachment at 250-392-6211 or anonymously contact Crime Stoppers at 1- 800-222-8477.


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