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RCMP Continue Search for Missing Sisters

The RCMP Serious Crimes Branch continue to investigate the disappearance of 5-year-old Leonine O’Driscoll-Zak and 2-year-old Wyatt O’Driscoll-Zak.

“Investigators have been working around the clock to locate the girls and bring them home,” Alberta RCMP said in a release.

Both girls are believed to be with their aunt Alison O’Driscoll, 38, and grandmother Therese O’Driscoll, 68. RCMP believe that the family is receiving assistance from others to prevent the children from being found.

“The RCMP want to send a clear message to those that are assisting, that even if they believe they are acting in their best interests of the children, any assistance provided that contributes to the abduction is a criminal offence and the RCMP will investigate those involved and charges may be laid. Any assistance being provided is only exasperating the situation,” said police.

The two girls were last seen near their rural home in Cochrane on the morning of March 12th, 2021.

Five-year-old Leonine O’Driscoll-Zak is described as Caucasian, with blue eyes, long blond hair and a slim build. She is four feet tall. Her two-year-old sister Wyatt O’Driscoll-Zak is also described as Caucasian, with blue eyes, long blond hair and a slim build. Wyatt is three feet tall.

Their grandmother Therese O’Driscoll is described as Caucasian, with blue eyes, medium grey hair and a slim build. She is five-foot-two. Alison O’Driscoll is described as Caucasian, with blue eyes, long brown hair and a slim build. She is five-foot-three.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Cochrane RCMP at 403-932-2211. To remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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