Taylor Lapointe

UPDATE: RCMP search for missing Innisfail teen

Taylor Lapointe, 15, has not spoken to her family since 3 p.m. Oct. 6th

Taylor Lapointe, 15, of Innisfail has been found safe.

On Saturday, the Innisfail RCMP was asking for the public’s assistance in locating Lapointe after she left her family home Oct. 6th. Her family had not heard from her since then at the time of the release.

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