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UPDATE: Missing Clayton Heights woman has been found

Alice EHALOAK was reported missing Sept. 2. It is very out of character for her. - RCMP handout
Alice EHALOAK was reported missing Sept. 2. It is very out of character for her.
— image credit: RCMP handout

Alice Ehaloak left her residence in the 18900 block of 72A Avenue in the early morning of Sept. 1 and had not been seen or heard from since. She was found safe and sound on Wednesday night, confirmed Surrey RCMP.

Family and police were concerned about her current health and well-being as this is out of character and she has never gone missing before.

 

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