May 26 ' 22
Age-advanced photos of 16-year-old Mekayla Bali will be displayed on semi-trailers that travel across North America with hopes of locating the missing teen.
''The Washington State Patrol and Saskatchewan RCMP are teaming together in an effort to locate Mekayla Bali, who was last seen on April 12, 2016 in Yorkton, Sask''.
On May 26, two truck/trailer rigs featuring a photo of Bali, who was 16 when she went missing, were unveiled as part of the Homeward Bound program in Blaine, Wash.
According to a release, in partnership with Kam-Way Transportation, Washington State Patrol’s missing and unidentified persons unit places age-advanced photos on semi-trailers that travel across North America in hopes of generating leads to help find missing children.
“Approximately 800 tips from all over the world have been reported to police in relation to our investigation into Mekayla’s disappearance, including tips and information reported from Washington,” said Cpl. Robert Head of the Saskatchewan RCMP major crimes unit, who attended the event in Washington.''