(Found) RCMP continue to ask for the public’s help to locate 14-year-old Mary


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Update: The 14-year-old youth who was reported missing from Eskasoni on August 13 has been located by police and is safe.

At approximately 11:30 pm last night, the RCMP Air Services reported a fire in an isolated location in the Canoe Lake area. RCMP officers on the ground made their way to this area and at 1 a.m. they located the missing girl and the man she was believed to be with. Both were taken into police custody without incident and transported out of the wooded area. The youth has been released, the man remains in custody and the investigation is ongoing.

The RCMP would like to thank the public for their assistance and retweets on social media

Eskasoni RCMP continue efforts to locate 14-year-old Mary (Molly) Martin who was last seen August 13 at approximately 4 p.m. in Eskasoni.

Martin is described as Indigenous, 5-foot-1 (updated) and 100 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. She has a rose tattoo on her left forearm and may be wearing eyeglasses. No clothing description is available.​

Martin​ is believed to be travelling around Cape Breton with Darcy Doyle, 47, from Mira Gut. Doyle is described as 6-foot tall, 190 pounds, with long black hair, a full beard and moustache, and brown eyes.

Martin and Doyle may be travelling on red or green ATVs. We continue to believe Martin and Doyle are in the Cape Breton Regional Municipality where our efforts are focused. The RCMP is partnering with the Nova Scotia Department of Lands and Forestry to conduct aerial searches by helicopter. The Cape Breton Regional Police Dog Service is also assisting in the investigation.

Multiple RCMP detachments and the Cape Breton Regional Police Service are collaborating on the investigation and continue to follow up on each tip. We are encouraging Molly to reach out to police or to family. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Molly Martin is asked to contact Eskasoni RCMP at 902-379-2822. Should you wish to remain anonymous, call Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers toll free at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), submit a secure web tip at www.crimestoppers.ns.ca, or use the P3 Tips App

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