MISSING – 17-year-old has been gone for more than a month

Aislynn Hanson

It’s been over a month since 17-year-old Aislynn Hanson went missing and Kamloops RCMP are asking for the public’s assistance in locating her.

On Feb. 20 Aislynn was reported missing from a medical facility in the Kamloops area.  On Feb. 24 she was seen still in the Kamloops area.   However, Aislynn may have travelled elsewhere in British Columbia or even to Alberta.


  • Caucasian
  • 5’4” tall
  • Medium build
  • Waist-length blondish-brown hair
  • Her eye teeth noticeably distend out of her mouth
  • Last seen wearing a patterned hoodie, black leggings and Ugg boots.

“There is no medical concern for Aislynn but the longer that Aislynn is missing, the more her family is concerned,” said Cpl. Jodi Shelkie.

If you have seen Aislynn Hanson or know of her whereabouts, contact the Kamloops RCMP at 250-828-3000.


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1 Comment on MISSING – 17-year-old has been gone for more than a month

  1. Left unsaid, but not imperceptible is the thought that by virtue of being where she “left” from suggests that there are psychiatric problems but what I simply cannot get out of my mind is “her eye teeth distend noticeably from her mouth”, this sends shudders through me and I would like to know if you completely understand how that makes the child in question feel, particularly as she struggles through those dreaded teen years?
    I am not throwing shade at anyone but please think a moment as to how the child in question has felt these many years.

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