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Posted: 08/23/2014 11:02 AM | Comments: 0
Police are searching for a teen girl who went missing on Friday.
Alissa Voetberg, 13, was last seen in St. Norbert Friday morning.
She is described as Caucasian, 5'0" tall and 90 pounds with a thin build.
She has blue eyes and recently cut her hair and dyed it black.
Voetberg was last seen wearing black Lululemon capri pants and a navy hoodie with "Nike" in white letters on the front. She may be carrying a black backpack with a blue and pink checkered design.
The police are concerned for Voetberg's wellbeing. Anyone with information on her location is asked to contact the Missing Persons unit at 204-986-6250.
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