Kilie Saddleback was last seen Aug. 1 and police believe the 14-year-old may be in the Maskwacis area. Image: RCMP

UPDATE Missing youth has been located: RCMP

UPDATE Wetaskiwin girl last seen before August long weekend

UPDATE

Kilie Saddleback has been located and the RCMP is no longer seeking public assistance in relation to her whereabouts stated police in an email Aug. 8.

ORIGINAL STORY

The public are being asked to be on the watch for a 14-year-old girl that went missing just prior to the long weekend.

Wetaskiwin RCMP issued a release on Aug. 7 to request help in locating Kilie Saddleback.

Saddleback was last seen in Wetaskiwin on Aug. 1 and it is possible that she is in the Maskwacis area.

Kilie is described as Indigenous and last seen with short, pink dyed hair while wearing an orange t-shirt and a multi-coloured plaid sweater.

Anyone that has seen her or knows where she may be are asked to contact the Wetaskiwin RCMP detachment at (780) 312-7267 or the local police service.

Anonymous callers can reach out to CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or go online to www.P3Tips.com.

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