A 12-Year-Old Indigenous Girl Has Gone Missing & Regina Police Are Asking For Help

She's 5’1” with brown eyes and shoulder-length red hair.
A Missing Girl In Regina Is A 12-Year-Old Indigenous Youth & Police Are Asking For Help
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Help is needed. A missing girl in Regina has not been heard from in several days, and now police are asking the public for help.

Naomi Ashley Henry has been missing since August 22. She was last heard from at about 1 p.m. in the 2000 block of Francis Street.

Because of her age she is a vulnerable person and police want to locate her to ensure she is safe

Regina Police

The 12-year-old is described by police as Indigenous, 5’1” in height, with brown eyes and shoulder-length red hair. She's approximately 124 lbs.

She is believed to be wearing a black shirt and black sweatpants.

Police say there is no indication right now that the girl is being harmed, but because of her age she's considered vulnerable.

Anyone who has information is urged to contact Regina Police at 306-777-6500 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

The same day the 12-year-old was last heard from, an Indigenous teen in Nova Scotia was found safe after being missing for more than a week.

A few days before that, an emergency alert about her disappearance was finally issued. The man who was with her has now been charged with abduction.

Via Regina Police

Lisa Belmonte
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