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Missing teen last seen in downtown Winnipeg

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Winnipeg police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating a 15-year-old girl.

Tina Fontaine was last seen in downtown Winnipeg on Friday, Aug. 8. Police are concerned for her well-being.

Fontaine is described as 5'3", 100 pounds with a thin build. She has brown/black hair that is shaved on one side (long on the other). She has brown eyes.

The teenager was last seen wearing a white skirt, a blue and pink jacket and white runners.

If you have any information on Fontaine’s whereabouts, please contact the missing person’s unit at (204) 986-6250.

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