Police are asking the public for information regarding a 4-year-old child who has gone missing in Saskatoon.
According to officers, Journey Kay was last seen at around 2 a.m. on August 18, at her home on Devonshire Crescent.
UPDATE: Police have now confirmed that the child has been safely located. An investigation is ongoing.
EARLIER: The 4-year-old is described as Indigenous female, 2' 7" in height and with shoulder-length black hair. She was last seen wearing a black and white dress with flowers on the front, and pink sandals with grey soles.
The child’s family told officials that she may have left home with an “adult female acquaintance,” who is not believed to be known by the family.
On Twitter, Saskatoon Police shared multiple images of a woman who’s wanted in connection with Kay’s disappearance.
She is described as being an Indigenous woman, who has medium-length black hair and is approximately 5' 6". She has a “feather or wing” tattoo on her right shoulder/chest area.
She was last seen wearing a camouflage tank top, black shorts and black sandals.
According to officials, the unknown female was last seen in the 300 block of Devonshire Crescent. At this time, she is believed to have had Journey Kay with her.
Via social media, officers clarified that the child was last seen in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
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