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Greater Sudbury Missing Persons updates map of Meagan Pilon

Meagan Pilon who resided in both Espanola and Sudbury went missing eight years ago when she was 15.

Greater Sudbury and the investigation team at Please Bring Me Home has released a map outlining some aspects of her case in the hope that someone will come forward with information about her disappearance.

Greater Sudbury Police Detective Sergeant Bob Weston says Pilon disappeared on September 11th, 2013 following a visit with her father at Health Sciences North.

Weston says police have been active on this file over the years adding family members want answers and it’s something police owe to her family, owe to Meagan and owe to the community.

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He asks people to review the map and anyone with information can come forward anonymously.…

Meagan Pilon disappeared on September 11 of 2013 from Sudbury, Ontario.

Meagan is described as being 5’10” tall, around 140 lbs., with dark hair and hazel eyes. Meagan has a small scar on her right upper lip.

If you have a tip, call Please Bring Me Home: anonymous tip line 226-702-2728

You can also visit:

Greater Sudbury Police: 705-675-9171 extension 2380 OR Crime Stoppers: 705-222-8477

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