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Langley teen missing since Monday morning

Tyson Lowe, 14, was last seen when his mom dropped him of at Langley Secondary on Monday morning. - submitted
Tyson Lowe, 14, was last seen when his mom dropped him of at Langley Secondary on Monday morning.
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UPDATE: Tyson Lowe has been found. See separate story.

 

Langley RCMP are hoping the public can help find a missing Langley teen.

Fourteen year old Tyson Lowe has not been seen since his mom dropped him off at Langley Secondary School Monday morning April 30.

It is out of character for Lowe to be missing and his family is very concerned, said police.

Lowe is described as 5'8", 200 .lbs, shoulder length black hair, medium complexion and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing blue jeans, black runners, a black hoody and a grey t-shirt with a picture of 'Snoopy' on the front.

Tyson is known to have friends in the Langley City area.

If anyone has information that would assist in locating Tyson Lowe, please contact Langley Detachment at 604-532-3200.

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