Cochrane mom searches for missing teen: ‘I just want him to come home’

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A Cochrane mom is pleading for her teenage son to come home.

RCMP issued a news release Tuesday morning, asking for the public’s help in finding 14-year-old Devon Clark.

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Police said he was last seen on the evening of July 14 on Sundown Way in Cochrane.

He was wearing a red baseball hat, burgundy T-shirt and ripped jeans.

Police said 14-year-old Devon Clark hasn’t been heard from since July 14, 2022. Courtesy: Cochrane RCMP

Samantha Mackelson said Clark went out with friends last Thursday and she hasn’t heard from him since, which is unusual.

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Mackelson said her son is struggling with health issues and hasn’t been taking his medication.

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“It’s just hard as a parent to see your kid struggling so much and there’s nothing you can do,” Mackelson said. “I just want to know he’s safe and I just want him to come home.”

If you have seen Clark or know of his whereabouts, please contact Cochrane RCMP at 403-851-8000 or your local police. If you wish to remain anonymous, you can contact Crime Stoppers at

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