Day 22 Starts in the Search for Jordan Wabasse

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Jordan Wabasse at Intercity
Jordan Wabasse at Intercity Mall on Feb. 7 Jordan was last seen wearing a dark grey jacket, purple hoodie, blue-grey Toronto Maple Leafs ball cap on backwards, black pants and white Adidas running shoes

THUNDER BAY – The searchers are getting tired, but no one is giving up. Right now the Search Headquarters are seeking additional volunteers to come out and help in the ongoing search from Jordan Wabasse. It is Day 22 now since the 15 year old Webequie teenager went missing.

The Thunder Bay Police Service state that the most up to date description of Jordan is as follows:

Aboriginal male – 15 years of age

6’1” tall – 200 lbs

Straight black hair – brown eyes

Jordan was last seen wearing a dark grey jacket, purple hoodie, blue-grey Toronto Maple Leafs ball cap on backwards, black pants and white Adidas running shoes.

The Search Headquarters is on the Fort William First Nation. You cross the James Street Swing Bridge, and follow the signs.

Help Find Jordan WabasseHow can you help?

Make a monetary donation at the Royal Bank of Canada

Transit: 01602

Institution: 003

Account: 132-271-8

Cashlink Card (Northern Store): 03911354

Cheques and Money Orders payable to:

Webequie First Nation

Re: Search Jordan Wabasse

*receipts can be requested, tax deductable

Cash can be donated in person:

Fort William Band Hall/Community Centre

You can also volunteer; Drivers, Searchers & Supporters are needed. People can also help by bringing items that can be used in the search: Food; Gas Cards; Flashlight Batteries; etc. You can help out in the hall by preparing meals, and snacks for searchers and supporters. You can go out on foot patrol around the City of Thunder Bay. You are asked to check in and sign up before heading out.

All your support is greatly appreciated!

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