The Sureté du Québec (Quebec provincial police) is asking the public for help to locate Melodie Morin, 16 years old, from Joliette.
She was last been seen on January 18th, 2019 in Joliette. She could be in Calgary or in the western provinces of Canada, according to police.
Authorities have reason to fear for her safety and security.
Morin is described as follows:
Height: 1,60 meters (5 feet 3 inches)
Weight: 59 kg (130 pounds)
Hair: long, brown
Particularities: tattoo with an inscription « serenity » on the right clavicle and a butterfly tattoo on
The last time she was seen, she was wearing a black jacket with fur on the hood, a black shirt,
black pants and boots.
Anyone who sees that missing person is asked to call 911 and anyone who has information that can help police to locate Melodie Morin can contact the information line at 1 800 659-4264.
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