Jeremy Hutzkal

Red Deer City RCMP are looking for two missing teenagers

One of the three missing teenagers in Red Deer has been found but RCMP are still asking the public for help in locating two other missing youth.

One of the three missing teenagers in Red Deer has been found but RCMP are still asking the public for help in locating two other missing youth.

Sasha Firingstoney, 19, was located in good health on Tuesday afternoon.

Police are still looking for Taneasha Thom, 16, and Jeremy Hutzkal, 14.

Thom was last seen on Sunday around 5:30 p.m. near 34th Street and 52nd Avenue. Thom is from Ponoka but was in Red Deer visiting family. Police checks with family have not located her to date.

Thom is described as aboriginal, 1.65 metres tall (five feet five inches) and of medium build. She has short, layered brown hair with pink colouring and brown eyes. She wears glasses and was last seen wearing a plaid shirt and blue jeans.

Hutzkal was last seen on Thursday around 12:30 p.m. when he left his home in Red Deer. He is known to spend time at the Collicutt Centre but RCMP checks have not located him there yet.

Hutzkal is described as Caucasian, 1.75 metres tall (five feet nine inches) and weighs about 82 kg (180 pounds). He has light brown hair, blue eyes and was last seen wearing beige pants, a multi-coloured jacket, a black Marilyn Monroe T-shirt, a black and orange hat and blue running shoes. He was believed to be carrying a black backpack and rides a green and white BMX bike.

Anyone with more information on these two missing youth is asked to call 403-343-5575.

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