Family and friends of 19-year-old Angel Carlick want to know she’s safe.
Carlick failed to show up for work at Whitehorse’s Blue Feather Youth Centre two weeks ago, and then missed a graduation ceremony she’d been looking forward to.
Carlick also failed to pick up her paycheque that week.
“We’re very concerned about her. It’s not like her to disappear,” said Vicki Durrant, Carlick’s supervisor at Blue Feather.
“If she doesn’t make it to work, she usually calls in and lets us know.”
Carlick was last spotted by police in downtown Whitehorse on May 31st, and hasn’t been in touch with friends or family since.
Durrant said that Carlick had already attended the First Nations graduation ceremony earlier that month, and was “very excited” to be attending another at the Aboriginal Learning Centre — but she didn’t show.
“She had her mind set on a good life and she was taking steps towards reaching that goal,” said Durrant.
Durrant describes Carlick as a typical bubbly blue-jeans teenager: she takes good care of herself and carries herself with confidence.
When last seen in May, Carlick still wore her brown hair straight at shoulder-length.
The brown-eyed First Nation youth is roughly five feet tall, weighs 100 pounds, and has a scar on the left side of her face.
Whitehorse RCMP is asking Angel to call in to let them know she is safe.
RCMP and Crimestoppers are also interested in hearing from anyone who has seen Angel Carlick in the past few weeks, or who may know where she is.
Contact the Whitehorse RCMP detachment at 667-5555 or call Crimestoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).