The Regina Police Service confirms that two 13 year-old girls, who were the subject of a missing persons’ news release, issued on August 14th, have been located and are safe. The girls had been reported missing from their home since August 10, 2017.
Thirteen year-old Brianna Skye BRASS, DOB: 2004-02-10, and 13 year-old Neana SAKEBOW-MOSQUITO, DOB: 2004-03-29, were located this afternoon, by police, and are safe.
The Regina Police Service thanks the public and the media for their assistance in this matter. The missing person files have now been concluded.
The Regina Police Service is asking the public’s help in locating two teenage girls who have been missing from their residence since Thursday, August 10, 2017. Police believe the two girls left from the same location together and it’s believed they are still in each other’s company. The two were last seen leaving their residence in the 100 block of North Quebec Street at about 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, August 10th. Police have made attempts through the weekend to locate the two girls, but have been unsuccessful so far.
Thirteen year-old Brianna Skye BRASS, DOB: 2004-02-10, is described as Indigenous, about 5’ 7” tall, weighing about 134 pounds. She has long brown hair, dyed red, and brown eyes. She has pierced ears and a birthmark under her lower lip. Brianna BRASS was wearing black or grey and white sweatpants when last seen; there is no description for other clothing she is wearing.
Thirteen year-old Neana SAKEBOW-MOSQUITO, DOB: 2004-03-29, is described as Indigenous, about 5’ 5” tall, with a thin build. She has brown and blonde hair and brown eyes. She has a scar on her left wrist. There is no clothing description available for Neana SAKEBOW-MOSQUITO.
At this time, police do not have any evidence that the girls have come to harm, but this is unusual behavior for them and they are vulnerable due to their ages. Anyone who has information that could help police locate Brianna Skye BRASS and Neana SAKEBOW-MOSQUITO is asked to contact the Regina Police Service at 306-777-6500 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS). The Regina Police Service thanks the media and the public for their assistance in this matter.