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Missing children in Manitoba

File image of a Winnipeg police missing person poster online. (Source: CTV News Winnipeg) File image of a Winnipeg police missing person poster online. (Source: CTV News Winnipeg)

If you've landed on this page, the missing child has been found.

When authorities report that a missing child has been found, CTV News Winnipeg removes the story to protect the privacy of the child.

More information about missing people in Winnipeg, including a list of current active missing persons investigations, can be found on the Winnipeg Police Services Missing Persons website online.

A list of the current missing persons in Manitoba can be found online at Manitoba Crime Stoppers. Top Stories


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