Michael Campbell and Trinity Erickson, reported missing last week, were found on Monday, Nov. 18. (Contributed)

Michael Campbell and Trinity Erickson, reported missing last week, were found on Monday, Nov. 18. (Contributed)

Okanagan teenagers found after missing for four days

The pair, believed to be dating, had been missing since Nov. 15.

Two Okanagan teenagers that were missing since last Friday have been found unharmed.

Mikayla Erickson, a member of Trinity Erickson’s family, posted on Facebook that the two 14-year-olds, Trinity and Michael Campbell, had been located just after 7 p.m Monday.

“Thank you so much to every single person who shared, commented, searched and helped in anyway they possibly could. Every person contributed to this outcome,” Mikayla wrote.

“Trinity’s family and Michael’s family are very grateful to have their kids safe.”

The RCMP also confirmed the teenagers had been found and thanked the public for its assistance.

The pair, believed to be dating, were reported missing on Nov. 15, sparking an Okanagan-wide search by friends, family members and the RCMP.

The pair were reportedly last seen in the Armstrong area over the weekend.

READ MORE: Missing Okanagan teens believed to be in Armstrong


Paul Clarke
Assistant bureau chief, B.C. Interior South Division
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