Police suspended the seek for a lacking Bathurst, N.B., teen on Saturday resulting from rain.
Madison Roy-Boudreau, 14, was final seen entering into a gray pickup truck on Might 11.
“Search operations are suspended at present on account of rain circumstances,” stated Luc Foulem, spokesperson for town of Bathurst.
A choice on whether or not to renew the search might be made Sunday.
About 30 members of the RCMP, Bathurst Police and search and rescue organizations had been looking out the quarry website close to Freeway 11 and St. Anne Avenue.
Jason Boudreau, Madison’s father, spoke to Radio-Canada. He stated he appreciates all of the work that is being accomplished to search out his daughter.
He stated he has been taking part in search efforts and is in frequent contact with the police.
He nonetheless holds out hope that his daughter might be discovered protected and sound and urges anybody who has info on her disappearance to contact police.
Roy-Boudreau is five-foot-four and 119 kilos. She has brown eyes and medium-length brown hair.
She was final seen sporting a gray sweater, a pair of camouflage pants and silver sneakers.
Anybody with info is requested to contact the Bathurst police at 506-548-0420 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.