Two teenage girls missing since Aug. 15 have been found, Greater Sudbury Police say. Both are in good health and were found thanks to help from the public, police said in a news release.
Greater Sudbury Police Service is asking for the public's help in locating two teenage girls.
The police service entered into a missing persons’ investigation on Aug. 15 involving two 15-year-old girls.
Victoria Colard, 15, is described as 5-8, 180 pounds. Her hair is multi-coloured, blonde, green and purple. She is believed to be wearing jeans with a black tank top, blue sweater and pink flip flops.
Morgan Hunt, 15, is described as 5-9, 165 pounds. She has blue eyes, piercings in her left nostril and lower right lip and her hair is dyed brown.
These youths are known to frequent downtown Sudbury and the Frood Road area of Greater Sudbury. They have not been seen by family since Aug. 15, 2013.
The families of the youths are concerned for their well-being. Anyone with information of their location is asked to contact police.