Young woman found outside territory

On Friday, police located a young Yukon woman who’d been missing since May 19th. Julie Lynn Brackenbury was discovered in Nanaimo, BC.

On Friday, police located a young Yukon woman who’d been missing since May 19th.

Julie Lynn Brackenbury was discovered in Nanaimo, BC.

“We know she’s alive,” said her relieved father Jeff Brackenbury, who still hadn’t talked to his daughter on Friday.

“She had FAS(D), and no ID — nothing,” he added.

“Cops called Saturday morning to say she was staying with a friend’s mom,” said Julie Lynn’s mother Margaret Charlie on Monday.

“So at least, now, she’s in a safe place.” (GK)

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