Missing person Anna Paquette found safe
Article published on 12 March 2018
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Anna Paquette, a 14-year-old teenager who had been missing since Saturday, was found safe Monday morning in Gatineau.

Before this morning (March 12) she was last been seen in front of a Fort Coulonge shop on the afternoon of March 10th.

Her relatives said they had reason to fear for her health and safety.

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