Dallas Ashley Macleod, 18, was last seen in Nanaimo on Aug. 23 and has not been seen since, according to press release issued by the Nanaimo RCMP. PHOTO SUBMITTED

Nanaimo police ask for help locating missing Duncan teenager

Dallas Ashley Macleod was last seen in Nanaimo on Aug. 23

Police are asking for help locating a missing Duncan teenager who was last seen in Nanaimo.

Dallas Ashley Macleod, 18, was last seen in Nanaimo on Aug. 23 and has not been seen since, according to press release issued by the Nanaimo RCMP.

Macleod is 5-foot-2, 100 pounds and has green eyes and blonde hair and is Métis. She has no fixed address according to RCMP, who say that her family and friends are worried for her well-being given “her living situation and lifestyle” choices.

Nanaimo RCMP also stated that they have followed up on leads that Macleod was living at Discontent City, but could not locate her there.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Macleod are asked to call the Nanaimo RCMP at 250-754-2345 or contact Crime Stoppers at www.nanaimocrimestoppers.com or call 1-800-222-8477.

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