Police in Regina are asking for help from the public to locate two missing girls, who haven’t been since November 1.
In a notice shared on Tuesday, November 2, the Regina Police Service confirmed that Tineil Belanger and Maria Belanger haven't been seen since Sunday afternoon.
The children are 13-years-old and 9-years-old respectively.
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[...] They are vulnerable due to their age and there is concern for their well-being.
Regina Police Service
While police say there’s no suggestion the girls have come to harm, they're believed to be “vulnerable” due to their young age.
The children haven’t been seen since Sunday, November 1, in the “late afternoon.”
They were last spotted near Dewdney Avenue and Horace Street in Regina, Saskatchewan.
Tineil Belanger is described by officers as having dark brown hair. She is around 5’6″ and weighs approximately 145 pounds.
She was last seen wearing a black toque and a black hoodie, with roses on the sleeves.
Nine-year-old Maria Belanger is described as being 4’10”, weighing 100 pounds and having shoulder-length dark brown hair.
She was last seen wearing a beige, floral hoodie.
Anybody with information about the girls’ potential whereabouts is asked to contact Regina Police ASAP.
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