Runaway teen often seen at Langley City bus loop

New Westminster Police are seeking information about a 15-year-old girl who has been missing since April.

Runaway teen Colleen Van Dijk is often seen at Langley City bus loop.

Family of a 15-year-old runaway girl are making a desperate plea to locate Colleen Van Dijk, who is known to frequent the Langley City bus loop.

On April 3, Van Dijk was reported missing to the New Westminster Police. She spoke to her mother over the phone on May 12, but that was the last contact she has had.

She is known to make extensive use of the transit system, including SkyTrain, and frequented the Glover Road/Logan Avenue bus loop. NWPD have tried but not found Van Dijk, who also goes by Colleen James. She is 5’5” tall, around 130 pounds. When last seen by her family, she had light hair. She is known to change hair colour. She has hazel eyes. If you have seen her, contact police immediately or if you have information contact detective Const. Martha Miszkurka at 604-525-5411.

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