Foul play suspected in case of missing Native teen

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Nova Scotia suspects a Native teen who has been missing for more than two months may be he victim of foul play.

Terrilynne Poulette, 17, was last seen on February 25. There have been a few leads but police are worried that there has been no sign of her since then.

Poulette is five-foot-five, weighs 130 pounds and has dark hair and dark eyes. The Eskasoni Band, a Mi'kmaq First Nation, is offering a $5,000 reward for information that will help find her.

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Relevant Links:
Native Women's Association of Canada -
Native Women Missing in Canada -

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