OPP say the search for a missing teen in Kenora continues today as police appeal to the public for information.
16 year old Delaine Copenace was last seen in downtown Kenora on Saturday evening according to police.
An OPP spokesperson said family and friends have been putting up flyers and taking part in the search for the teenaged girl and extra police resources have been brought in for the search, including the K-9 unit.
A Facebook page called "Help Us Find Delaine Copenace" said Jubilee Church has opened its doors for people who want to come search, and they have posters and maps available.
Searchers are being asked to dress warmly and to search in groups of two or more.
The group is also asking for donations of food, flashlights and reflective tape or bands to help the volunteers.
Police said 16-year-old Delaine Copenace was reported missing on Sunday and she was reportedly last seen in downtown Kenora on Saturday evening.
"Her family is concerned as they haven't seen her for a few days," OPP Constable Laurie Harkof said.
Harkof said Copenace's mother has been putting up flyers and posting on Facebook, hoping that somebody knows where her daughter is.
Police have also brought in extra resources, including the K-9 unit, to look for her, as well as the Emergency Response Team to help with the investigation.
Harkof said they are searching in areas surrounding the place where she was last seen.
Delaine Copenace is described as having a larger build, with brown eyes and long black hair.
She was last seen wearing black Etnie skater-type shoes, a black zippered sweater, a "bullet for my valentine" T-shirt and black jeans with zippered pockets.
Police are asking anyone with information on Delaine Copenace to call Kenora OPP.