UPDATE: Maskwacis RCMP say the missing man has been found deceased

The 18-year-old Aboriginal man from Louis Bull was last seen March 3

Update

Maskwacis RCMP says Isaiah Threefingers was found deceased on March 13.

“An investigation into the circumstances of his death remains ongoing by the Maskwacis RCMP, in collaboration with the Medical Examiner’s Office in Edmonton,” say police.

As more information becomes available we will update.

Background

Maskwacis RCMP seek the public’s assistance locating a missing Aboriginal teen.

Isaiah Threefingers, 18, was last seen by family members on the Louis Bull First Nation on March 3.

Police describe Threefingers as 5 feet 9 inches tall, slender build and weighing approximately 130 pounds. He has short, curly black hair and brown eyes and was last seen wearing blue jeans, a white T-shirt and a black jacket with the Maskwacis Hawks logo on it.

If you have any information on Isaiah’s whereabouts, you are asked to contact the Maskwacis RCMP at 780-585-4600 or your local police.

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