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Delaine Copenace's family makes plea for her safe return in Kenora - Manitoba - CBC News

9.3.16

Delaine Copenace's family makes plea for her safe return in Kenora - Manitoba - CBC News: Her mother, Anida Ross, said it's been 10 days since she last saw her daughter.

"She went out on a walk with her friends and never did I imagine her not coming home again," she said.

Ross said her daughter is a "homebody" who would almost never leave home alone without a friend or family member.

"If she needed some alone time, she would quietly sit in her room, but never would leave with plans not to come home. Home is where she wanted to be, with her sisters, with her family," she said.


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