Cops searching for missing pregnant girl, 15, in Edmonton-area

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EDMONTON - Only a day after a 14-year-old pregnant girl was the focus of an Amber Alert that had Alberta police on the lookout, another pregnant teen is being sought and this time she may be in the Edmonton-area.

Chantel Cameron, 15, is originally from Wabaseemoong, a First Nations community northwest of Kenora, Ont.

But in her last contact with people back home, she told them she was in Edmonton and was asking for assistance in coming home, said police.

"She's 15, she has no family contacts in Edmonton, and she is at risk. She's also pregnant," said Ontario Provincial Police Const. Ronni Grosenick.

"She's in danger of being exploited."

The OPP are working with both RCMP in Alberta and Edmonton cops to try and locate Cameron whose last communication came New Year's Day. They are also still working on finding out who she might be in contact with in Edmonton.

"Mainly we just want to know where she is. If anybody sees her, she's living in the area, to make contact with her to see if we can still get her home," said Grosenick. "She's obviously ready to come to a safe place. Whether it's in Kenora or in Edmonton, that is our main concern to get her to a safe place."

Cameron is described as five-foot-five aboriginal with long, dark hair that she usually wears in a pony tail or pinned up.

Anyone who sees her is asked to call the Kenora OPP at 1-807-683-4200 or local police.

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