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Winnipeg Police seeking help in locating missing woman from Grace Hospital


Winnipeg Police seeking help in locating missing woman from Grace Hospital
Missing woman, Melissa Duck left the Grace Hospital before receiving vital medical treatment on March 31

By: Winnipeg Tribune Staff Writer


Winnipeg, April 2, 2024 - The Winnipeg Police have issued an urgent plea to the public for information regarding the whereabouts of a missing woman, Melissa Duck, a 42-year-old Indigenous woman who left the Grace Hospital before receiving vital medical treatment on March 31.


According to police, Melissa Duck, who was airlifted from a remote northern community to Grace Hospital, left the medical facility before receiving necessary medical attention. Concerns about her well-being have escalated as medical staff believes her condition could be life-threatening.


Described as approximately 5'6" with a medium build, Melissa Duck has long, dark-colored hair and was last seen wearing dark clothing. The WPS has released an image and description of Duck in hopes that the public can assist in locating her promptly.


Anyone with information about Melissa Duck's whereabouts is urged to contact investigators at 204-986-2842. Alternatively, individuals can call the non-emergency line at 204-986-6222. In case of an emergency, 911 should be dialed immediately.


The Winnipeg Police Service emphasizes the importance of community assistance in situations like these and urges anyone with relevant information to come forward as soon as possible. Time is of the essence in ensuring Melissa Duck's safety and well-being.

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