Whitehorse RCMP looking for missing youth

Whitehorse RCMP looking for missing youth Whitehorse RCMP is asking the public assistance in a missing person case. On May 25 they received a call about 17-year-old Tristan Chapman.

Whitehorse RCMP is asking the public assistance in a missing person case.

On May 25 they received a call about 17-year-old Tristan Chapman, who was last seen leaving Shipyards Park walking towards Boston Pizza on May 22 at 11 p.m.

The police’s efforts to locate him have been unsuccessful so far.

Tristan Chapman is described as First Nations man, 5’6’ (173 cm), 150 lbs (68 kg), with brown hair and brown eyes. At the time he was last seen, he was wearing a grey hoodie with white drawstrings, black skinny jeans, and black and red high tops.

Anyone with information about Chapman whereabouts is asked to call Whitehorse RCMP at (867) 667-5536.

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