UPDATE: Mississauga Teen Who Went Missing and Was Found is Missing Again
Editor’s Note: UPDATE - An Amber Alert has been issued for Alyssa Langille. The original story about Langille’s disappearance ran around 1:00 am on Monday morning. The Amber Alert was issued after publication time and the info in this article is based off a Peel Police tweet that was posted at 11:42 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 15. We apologize for any confusion our original article may have caused.
A Mississauga girl who went missing and was located in December is missing again, according to police.
Alyssa Langille, 15, was last seen in the Silver Spear Road area on Jan. 14.
Back in December, a CityNews report that came out after Langille’s second disapperance revealed that the teen’s parents feared she may be involved in the sex trade. In the video, Langille’s mother Candi McDonald revealed that she found a picture of her daughter on escort service website Backpage. According to City, the photo was posted just hours after her disapperance.
Her mother feared that Langille hadn’t entered in the arrangement willingly due to the way she was hiding her face in the photo.
Initially, Langille went missing on Tuesday, Dec. 6 and was found, along with another teen, when police went to investigate reports of a man wih a gun at a Burlington hotel. Police announced that she was missing once more on Dec. 13.
This is Langille’s third disappearance.
Langille is a white female who is 5’2” and 125 pounds. She has a medium build, blue eyes and long, straight blonde hair.
Police are asking anyone with information on her whereabouts to call the Peel Police Criminal Investigation Bureau at 905-453-3311 ext 1233
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