B.C. mom renews search for missing daughter in Radisson

For the third time since Katelyn Noble disappeared, her mother has come to the town where she was last seen — Radisson, SK. This time Leona Noble has brought a metal detector. She's looking for the necklace Katelyn always wore. Any clue that could point to what happened to her.

For the third time since Katelyn Noble disappeared, her mother has come to the town where she was last seen — Radisson, SK.

This time, Leona Noble brought a metal detector.  She's looking for the necklace Katelyn always wore or maybe part of a zipper from her clothing.  Noble is hopeful for any clue that could point to what happened to her.

"I just would like her back home to B.C so I can go somewhere and sit and cry or talk to her.," Leona said. "

Today Noble and more than a dozen volunteers are launching a fresh ground search. They're combing over a boggy, wooded area around Radisson Lake, a few kilometres north of the little yellow house by Highway 16 where Katelyn had been living with her boyfriend.

Noble says she got a tip to search there from a man in Saskatoon who knows Katelyn's boyfriend and one of his associates.

"This is just up the road from where she lived," Leona said. "It's a bird reserve. There's no one that would have any reason to come out here. It would just be probably a really good dumping place for a body."

Katelyn disappeared more than six years ago, at the age of 15.

The search for her will continue through the weekend.   

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