St. Paul RCMP is asking for help in finding Natasha Jackson/Cardinal of St. Paul, Alberta.
UPDATE — Thursday, August 25, 6:59 PM:
According to the Alberta RCMP, Natasha Jackson/Cardinal has been located safe and sound.
Thank you all who helped spread the word about her disappearance.
Here’s the Alberta RCMP’s original post stating she’s been located:
ORIGINAL POST: The St. Paul RCMP detachment is asking for the public’s assistance in locating missing 16 year old Natasha Jackson/Cardinal out of the Saddle Lake Cree Nation of St. Paul area.
According to the RCMP, it is believed that Natasha has since traveled to either Edmonton or Vilna, the latter of which is located just northwest of Saddle Lake.
Natasha Jackson/Cardinal is described as:
- 16 years of age
- Black hair
- Brown eyes
- 5 feet 6 inches tall
- 120 pounds
This is at least the third time that Natasha Jackson/Cardinal has gone missing over the course of the past year.
Natasha, if you see this, please contact your parents and/or the RCMP to let everyone know that you are safe.
Have any information?
If you have any information in regards to Jackson/Cardinal’s whereabouts, you are asked to contact the St. Paul RCMP at 780.645.8888.
If you wish to remain anonymous with your information, you may call Crime Stoppers at 1.800.222.8477 or submit the tip online at www.tipsubmit.com.
Thank you for your help in locating Natasha Jackson/Cardinal.
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