Day 12 in Search for Delaine Copenance

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OPP in Kenora are looking for this missing sixteen year old
OPP in Kenora are looking for this missing sixteen year old

KENORA – The intensive police and community search for missing Kenora teen Delaine Copenace is entering its 11th day. There are few leads and the teen’s family has issued a public plea for anyone who may have any information or who may have seen something suspicious to report it.

“This is not like my girl – she wouldn’t have just disappeared on her own,” stated Delaine’s mom, Anida Ross. “Every moment she’s gone, that we don’t know anything, we are more afraid. If you know anything, please come forward. I need my baby home.”

“This case should be at the top of everyone’s mind. Delaine’s family needs our help,” added Christy Dzikowicz, Canadian Centre for Child Protection’s Director of Missing Children Services. “This child didn’t just vanish. There is someone out there who knows something, and any information, no matter how small, could be the missing piece police need to bring her home.”

Delaine Copenace was with friends in downtown Kenora, when she was last seen Saturday February 27tharound 6:00 p.m. She was wearing black boots, a black jacket, a “Bullet for my Valentine” t-shirt and black jeans with zippered pockets.

Anyone who lives or owns property in Kenora, Lake of the Woods and surrounding areas can help:

Please remember if you are searching that safety is of utmost importance. Volunteers should dress for the weather and avoid areas that put their personal safety at risk.

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