Police in northern New Brunswick have resumed their search for a teenage girl who’s been missing for nearly two weeks after the search was suspended for the past two days due to rainy weather.
Madison Roy-Boudreau, 14, has been missing since May 11. The teen from Bathurst, N.B. was last seen that morning getting into a grey Ford Ranger pickup truck.
The vehicle has since been found and seized — and the Bathurst Police Force has called her disappearance suspicious.
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In a release Monday, the Bathurst Police Force said a multi-unit team is continuing their search for her.
Police say the search will continue until dusk on Monday, and will resume Tuesday as of 8 a.m.
Madison is described as 1.6 meters tall, weighing 54 kilograms, with brown eyes and medium-length brown hair.
She as last seen wearing a grey sweater, a pair of camouflage-coloured pants and silver shoes.
— With files from The Canadian Press
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