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Washington troopers team up with trucking company to try to bring missing girl home


The Washington State Patrol (WSP) recently unveiled two new semi trailers as part of their “Homeward Bound” program to bring missing people home.

On May 25th, the Washington State Patrol, in partnership with Kam-Way Transportation and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) debuted two new Homeward Bound semi trailers in Blaine, Washington, near the Canadian border.

The trailers feature photos and information about Mekayla Bali, who vanished at age 16 from the Saskatchewan Transportation Company Bus Depot in Yorkton, Saskatchewan in April of 2016.

Since Bali went missing, many tips and sightings have been reported, including in Washington, according to WSP.

The Homeward Bound program is intended to raise public awareness about missing persons and to provide law enforcement with tips that could bring missing people home to their loved ones.

Kam-Way Transportation has been a part of the Homeward Bound program since 2018.

There is a $100,000 (CDN) reward for Bali’s safe return. Anyone with information is asked to call 1-800-THE-LOST.

You can see video of the unveiling of the two new Homeward Bound trailers below.


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