UPDATE: Missing teen found

Allie Rickards had boarded a bus at 7 a.m. on Old Yale Road on Wednesday and hadn't been seen or heard from since.

  • Sep. 26, 2013 6:00 a.m.

Allie Rickards

Langley RCMP say a missing 14-year-old Delta girl last seen Wednesday morning in Langley was found over the weekend.

Allie Rickards left her grandmother’s home in the 22600 block of Old Yale Road at around 7 a.m. She was with a couple other girls and headed to catch the bus to attend school in North Delta. Her parents have confirmed that Allie did not attend classes on Wednesday, nor did she attend a scheduled dance club meeting.

Allie was at her grandmother’s home to have some time away from her parents and was expected to return after school. She has left home before; however, family has always been able to confirm her whereabouts through friends (which is not the case at this time).


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