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West Kelowna teen located

A West Kelowna teenage girl who was reported missing earlier in November has been located and is safe.

The 14-year-old was described as having a high-risk lifestyle and a history of running away when the call to the public went out on Nov. 8. She had already been missing for a week at that point.

The teen was said to have left her home on McCann Court sometime the day before she was reported missing and was known to frequent the Boys & Girls Club locations in Kelowna and West Kelowna, and City Park.

 

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