Please help spread the word about Leah Lane’s disappearance.
UPDATE: We are pleased to inform that Leah Lane has been located in Toronto, and is in good health.
Thank you for assisting in spreading the word about her disappearance.
KINGSTON & EDMONTON — The Kingston Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating missing 17 year old Leah Lane out of the Kingston, Ontario area.
Leah Lane was last seen on September 20, 2016. Her last known location is Toronto, Ontario, however she was intending to travel to Edmonton, Alberta.
It is unknown if she ever made it to Edmonton. She was planning on travelling here, and possibly even residing here for an unknown period of time. Keep a look out for her on the streets of Edmonton.
Here’s a quote directly from the Kingston Police:
Leah Marie LANE had recently been staying in Kingston as of September, having come from the Brockville area. On September 20, 2016, she purchased a Greyhound bus ticket in Kingston to begin a journey with intentions to travel and possibly even move to Edmonton, Alberta. There was a stopover beginning in Toronto with another planned for Winnipeg. While Kingston Police have been able to verify locally that LANE left Kingston on the bus, investigators have not been able to determine if she arrived, stayed in Toronto and possibly carried on from there. LANE did make mention to a witness she had friends in the Toronto area.Kingston Police Department
Leah is described as:
• Gender: Female
• Eyes: Blue
• Hair: Black
• Height: 5 feet 1 inch tall
• Weight: Roughly 100 pounds
Have any information? If you have any information in regards to Leah’s whereabouts, you are being asked to contact Detective Jason Alblas with the Kingston Police at 613.549.4660, or your local police department.
If you wish to remain anonymous with your helpful information, you are more than welcome to call Crime Stoppers at 416.222.8477 or submit your tip online at www.tipsubmit.ca.
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