Webequie First Nation Issues Statement on Jordan Wabasse

Jordan Wabasse photo
Jordan Wabasse

THUNDER BAY -Webequie First Nation Chief and Council issued the following statement today on behalf of the family of missing 15-year-old Jordan Wabasse of Webequie First Nation who was reportedly last seen on Monday February 7, 2011 in Thunder Bay, ON.

“The family of 15 year old Jordan Wabasse expresses their appreciation for the assistance that is being provided by the City of Thunder Bay, Thunder Bay Police Department, Nishnawbe Aski Police Service, the Ontario Provincial Police and volunteers during this difficult time. The family is also very grateful to all of the organizations, communities and Jordan’s hockey team – The Current River Comets, who have provided financial support in the search effort. The parents are very hopeful that the massive search will result in a positive outcome and will find Jordan alive and well. The family continues to plea to the general public for support in searching for Jordan and also ask that the media respect their privacy at this time,”

Webequie First Nation Chief and Council

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