Search continues for missing Maskwacis girl

RCMP are continuing the search for a five-year-old Maskwacis girl, Kailee Soosay, who is believed to be in the company of her mother.

RCMP are continuing the search for a five-year-old Maskwacis girl, Kailee Soosay, who is believed to be in the company of her mother, Shannon Soosay.

Kailee was reported missing on Friday, Dec. 23, along with two other youths, who have since been located.

RCMP say it is not believed Kailee is in any danger, but police have been unable to contact Shannon Soosay. Police wish to speak with Kailee to complete a welfare check.

The pair are believed to be in either Alberta or Saskatchewan, and may be in a silver 2005 four-door Pontiac Grand Prix with Alberta plate BVL 6000, or a 2001 grey Pontiac Grand Prix with the Alberta plate BVW 8068.

Kailee is described as three foot, eleven inches tall, 78 pounds, with brown hair and eyes. Shannon Soosay is described as five-foot-eleven, 230 pounds, with brown hair and eyes.

If anyone has information about the whereabouts of Shannon or Kailee Soosay, they are asked to phone the Maskwacis RCMP detachment at 780-585-3767, or anonymously phone Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

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