Missing Vernon teen possibly in Alberta

A Vernon teen missing from a group home since late October may have been seen in Alberta

Suzan Clark was last seen at a Vernon group home on Oct. 29.

Suzan Clark was last seen at a Vernon group home on Oct. 29.

A Vernon teen missing from a group home since late October may have been seen in Alberta.

Leduc RCMP issued a press release Friday asking for the public’s assistance in locating Suzan Clark.

“Clark also is known as Emily Rain or Angel Rain, and has a nickname of “feather,” stated the Leduc RCMP release.

“Clark was recently seen in Leduc and may likely be traveling to the Greater Edmonton area.”

Clark, who turned 16 on Nov. 15, has been missing from her group home in Vernon since Oct. 29.

Vernon RCMP issued a release on Clark on Nov. 10 and it was believed she had planned to run away to Kamloops, an area she frequented.

“We have been in contact with both Kamloops and Leduc,” said Vernon RCMP spokesperson Gord Molendyk. “There was a possible sighting of her in Leduc. We are leaving no stone unturned in this investigation. We want to make sure she’s safe.”

Clark is described as a First Nations girl, four-foot-nine, 91 pounds, a thin build and brown hair and black eyes.

While Vernon RCMP did not have a clothing description for her, Leduc RCMP said in their release that Clark was last seen wearing a black winter jacket, black pants and brown boots.

She is believed to have a short pink mohawk haircut and may also wear a black wig.

Anybody with any information on Clark’s whereabouts is asked to call the nearest RCMP detachment.