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14-year-old Port Coquitlam teen has now been missing more than a year

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14-year-old Noelle "Elli" O'Soup left her Port Coquitlam home without permission on May 12, 2021. She is known to frequent areas around the Lower Mainland and police feel she may be avoiding a wellness check. – May 18, 2022

Coquitlam RCMP is renewing a plea for information about a teen who has been missing for more than a year.

RCMP says 14-year-old Noelle ‘Elli’ O’Soup left her Port Coquitlam home without permission on May 12, 2021.

O’Soup was described as five-feet-six-inches tall and about 200 pounds with short black hair. However, police say her appearance may have changed in the past year.

Police said she was last seen wearing a black hoodie with ‘LOVE’ in white letters on the front, dark blue jeans and black shoes.

“If anyone has met, or feels like they have assisted Elli in the last year, police are urging you to come forward with information. Your tips really matter to us,” Cpl. Paige Kuz with Coquitlam RCMP said Wednesday.

“Elli, your loved ones and the police are concerned for you and are steadfast to confirm your safety and well-being. You’re not in trouble Elli. We need to make sure you’re ok.”

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In January, RCMP released photos of a woman in order to determine if she had any connection to O’Soup.

The unidentified person had short black hair at the time the photos were released and was last seen in the area of Gateway Station in Surrey wearing a BC Ferries jacket and Bee-Clean reflective vest, dark pants and black shoes.

Coquitlam RCMP would like to speak to this woman in connection with the disappearance of Noelle O’Soup. Coquitlam RCMP

O’Soup is known to frequent the Lower Mainland area and may be avoiding having her well-being checked, police said.

“No call is too small and every bit of information is significant,” Const. Deanna Law, a spokesperson for the Coquitlam RCMP, said in January.

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