Victoria teenage girl still missing after one week

Shyanne McGregor may be travelling with older couple on the Island

Shyanne McGregor

An at-risk teenage girl from Victoria has been missing since last week, and police are worried for her safety.

Shyanne McGregor, 16, has not been heard from since Feb. 15, and was last seen travelling to Tsawassen on Feb. 7.

Victoria police believe the youth is still on the Island and in the company of an older couple, including 29-year-old Adrien Roberge, who has been court-ordered to not have contact with McGregor. The woman in the group is Nadia Kelter, 31.

Police describe the teen as aboriginal, about five-foot-six and 110 pounds. She has green eyes, long blonde hair, facial piercings and black framed glasses.

McGregor usually carries a large black Lulu Lemon backpack.

Tips on McGregor’s whereabouts can be called in to the Victoria Police Department at 250-995-7654, or Crime Stoppers at 1-888-222-8477.

emccracken@vicnews.com

 

 

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