Possible missing person sighted in Golden

Missing Surrey girl, Jamie-Leah Prohl, has possibly been spotted in Golden area.

  • Apr. 1, 2012 4:00 p.m.

On Saturday March 31, 2012, Golden Royal Canadian Mounted Police received information that Jamie-Leah Prohl, who was reported missing out of Surrey, B.C. March 28, 2012, may be in the Golden area.

Prohl used to live in Golden and developed friends and contacts throughout the area.

On March 29 Golden RCMP also received a report of a possible sighting of Prohl at a local store.

RCMP are requesting that residents and businesses be on the lookout for anyone matching Prohl’s description listed below.

Height- 5’3″

Weight-52 kg (115 pounds)

Eye Colour-Brown

Hair-Balck with purple highlights, length just below the jawline

Scar-Dog bite on right cheek

If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Jamie-Leah Prohl in the Golden area or any other information that may assist the RCMP investigation, contact the Surrey Detachment at 604-599-0502 and quote the file number 2012-39896 or contact you local RCMP detachment.

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