Age-progressed sketches of missing indigenous teens released 7 years later
Maisy Odjick and Shannon Alexander were last seen at a home in Maniwaki, Que.
It's been seven years since Shannon Alexander and Maisy Odjick vanished without so much as their IDs and purses.
The teens were going out to dance that September night in 2008 and were supposed to spend the night at Alexander's house in Maniwaki, north of Gatineau.
All of their belongings were found the next day at the home, but the girls were nowhere.
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On the anniversary of their disappearance, Quebec provincial police are renewing their appeal for information in the hope of finding out what happened to the girls.
Investigators have collaborated with the OPP, the RCMP and the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg police department in their attempt to find the young women, but without success.
They've now released sketches of what the young women, who would now be 24 years old, may look like today.
Alexander is described as five feet nine inches tall and weighed around 145 pounds at the time of her disappearance. She has black hair and brown eyes and a scar on her left knee. She speaks English.
Odjick is described as five feet 10 inches tall and weighed 120 pounds at the time of her disappearance. She has black hair and brown eyes. She has a piercing in her left eyebrow and two on her lower lip.
Anyone with information can call the Sûreté du Québec central info-crime line at 1 800 659-4264.