13-year-old Muskowekwan boy still missing after a month

Muskowekwan First Nation — A 13-year-old boy from the Muskowekwan First Nation has been missing for almost a month.

Jaiven Lloyd Morin was last seen near Punnichy on March 15 and has not returned home since.  He was reported to RCMP as missing later that day.

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Morin is described as:

  • Indigenous 
  • Approximately 5 feet tall
  • Shorter black hair, brown eyes
  • Last seen wearing a maroon wind breaker jacket, red New York Yankees Toque, black pants and shoes with a black back pack.

Punnichy RCMP said their investigation to this point has revealed that Morin may be in the cities of Regina, Saskatoon or North Battleford.

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