UPDATED Leduc RCMP seek assistance in locating missing person

Deanna Millington left her family home in Leduc on November 3, and has not been seen since that date.

  • Nov. 21, 2016 1:00 p.m.

Deanna Millington left her family home in Leduc on November 3

Submitted by Leduc RCMP

UPDATED

Deanna Millington, who had been missing from her Leduc, AB residence since November 3, 2016, has been located, safe and well.

The Leduc RCMP would like to thank those that assisted in the successful resolution to this missing person investigation.

The Leduc RCMP are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing female.

Deanna Millington left her family home in Leduc on November 3, and has not been seen since that date. Millington is described as a 27 year old Metis woman, 175 cm tall, slender build, with long, straight black hair. She was last seen wearing an off-white shirt, a long black skirt and a black leather jacket.

The Leduc RCMP are concerned for Millington’s well being, and are asking anyone who may have information about her whereabouts to notify the local police.

Police recover stolen property

 

On November 11th 2016 at approximately 2:40 a.m., the Leduc RCMP responded to a report of a cargo trailer being stolen. Police located the trailer attached to a truck within the City of Leduc. The female passenger was arrested on scene while the male driver fled.

The Leduc RCMP contained the area and later located the male driver who was taken into custody without incident. The truck used in the theft was found to be stolen out of Rimbey, AB and contained assorted stolen property.

Both suspects have been charged with numerous offences including Possession of Property Obtained by Crime.

The Leduc RCMP wishes to remind the public to ensure they secure their property and report any suspicious activity to the RCMP.

 

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