At least three teens have gone missing in Ottawa since May 21, according to the Ottawa Police Service.

Gabriel Burelle, 15; Cheyenne Fitzgerald-Leroux, 15; and Jacob Lalande, 17, have been reported as missing for over a week.

On June 1, Ottawa Police asked the public for help locating Burelle who was last seen in Orleans on May 23. Police say Burelle is around 5 foot 8 inches tall with curly dark brown hair. He was last seen at 9 p.m. wearing a grey t-shirt with a red and black plaid shirt, grey sweatpants and a black and grey backpack.

One day earlier, on May 31, police notified the public of two other teens that had gone missing. Cheyenne Fitzgerald-Leroux and Lalande were both last seen on May 21.

Cheyenne Fitzgerald-Leroux is reported to be 5 foot 1 inch tall with bright pink short hair and brown eyes. Police say she was last seen wearing a grey sweater and animal print leggings in the Byward Market at 5 p.m..

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Thomas Hines, who was originally from Nova Scotia, went missing while canoeing on Waugh Lake in Egmont, B.C.

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Family members of a missing couple from B.C. and police are becoming increasingly concerned for the couple's whereabouts.

Surrey RCMP say Matthew Sawatzky and Janaye Sawatzky (née Sears) were reported missing on October 31.

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Just before 9:30 a.m., police announced that the Ottawa baby who went missing on Friday, June 4, has been found "safe and sound."

There is one person currently in custody in connection with the abduction of 11-month-old Abby Mathewsie, who is now receiving medical attention, according to police.

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The family of a missing man in Nova Scotia was the target of a scam when someone tried to con them out of $7,000.

In a Facebook post, the province's RCMP said that one of Zachary Lefave's family members got a text message on January 12 telling them that he was still alive.

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