Missing Abbotsford teen found safe

The family of Destiny Gettings reported that she had last been seen on Tuesday evening

  • Sep. 18, 2015 12:00 p.m.

Video footage from Guildford Town Centre in Surrey showed missing Abbotsford teen Destiny Gettings in the company of an unknown male. Gettings has since been located safe and has been returned to Abbotsford.

A missing Abbotsford teen was safely located in Surrey tonight and will be returned to Abbotsford.

Destiny Gettings was reported missing yesterday (Thursday). Family members reported that she had not been seen since late Tuesday evening, and there had been no social media contact involving Gettings since she left her central Abbotsford home.

She left with a cellphone but few other belongings.

Earlier today, the Abbotsford Police Department (APD) received information that Gettings was seen in Guildford Town Centre mall in Surrey on Wednesday evening.

Const. Ian MacDonald said police obtained security video that showed the teen in the company of an unknown male at about 8 p.m.

They attended a hair salon and subsequently left the mall in a taxi.

The Abbotsford Police Department is now reporting that, with the help of the Surrey RCMP, the teen is being returned to Abbotsford.

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