SQ renews call for information about missing aboriginal women
The Sureté du Quebec is launching a new appeal for information about two missing aboriginal women.
Shannon Alexander and Maisy Odjick were 17 and 16 when they were last seen on Sept. 5, 2008 in Maniwaki. They both lived in the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation Territory
The pair left their wallets behind at Shannon's father's house, which led police to believe they had been abducted.
Friends and family spent months looking for the pair and even went street by street in Ottawa, 150 km to the south.
The English-speaking women would both be 24 years old now.
When they were last seen Shannon was 1.75 m and 66 kg (5'9", 146 lb) with brown hair and eyes, and a scar on her left knee.
Maisy was 1.75 m and 54 kg (5'10, 120 lb) with black hair and brown eyes, and her left nostril and lower lip were pierced.
Anyone with information about them is asked to call the SQ at 1-800-659-4264.