A media conference was held this (Wed) afternoon in Regina to mark the one-year anniversary of the disappearance of a 17-year-old Yorkton girl.
Saskatchewan R-C-M-P Superintendant Jennifer Ebert says someone in Yorkton could still give them THE tip about Mekayla Bail that they’re looking for.
“Whether they saw her or overheard her, all or part of a conversation she was having that day, it is important to us,” Ebert said at the “F” Division Headquarters in the Queen City.
The mother of Mekayla Bali, Paula, says it’s been very difficult.
“It seems impossible to believe one year has passed with no indication of Mekayla’s whereabouts,” Paula said. “It is simply as incredible as her disappearance itself.”
“The visceral reaction of fear, disbelief, and shock still catches me in the throat, weakens the knees.”
Mekayla Bali was last seen at the Yorkton bus depot at 1:45 p-m on Tuesday, April 12th, 2016, and R-C-M-P are still requesting tips to determine her whereabouts.
Mekayla’s family is inviting the public to a 1 Year Missing Prayer Vigil and Community Awareness event this (Wed) evening.
The event will take place in the Regency Ballroom at the SIGN building on Broadway.
A hot dog and pulled pork sandwich barbeque will take place from 5 till 6:10PM, during which at that time the Child Find Saskatchewan will conduct an Identification Clinic.
The Prayer Vigil Program will take place immediately after the event at 6:15.