Abigail Olafson

 

12/27/12 UPDATE – Abigail Olafson, the fourteen year old Ontario teenager who went missing on December 20th has been found safe and is back home with family.

Abigail Olafson, 14, of Thunder Bay in Ontario, Canada, has been missing for several days. The Canadian teen was last seen Thursday December 20, 2012 when her mother, Cindy Bond, dropped her off at a doctor’s appointment around 9am. Abigail left the appointment and headed for school but disappeared sometime after school rang out.

Abigail, who has an autoimmune disorder, may be in danger because she’s not getting her medication. Ms. Bond is turning to Facebook for help and posted this morning that her daughter also has hypothyroidism and hypoglycemia.

Ms. Bond posted a plea on Magic 99.9 (Magic Thunder Bay) which is a Facebook page for a local radio show. In the post she wrote:

My 14 year old daughter Abigail Olafson is missing in Thunder Bay ON since December 20. I had seen her last at 9 am. When dropped off at a doctor’s appt. She was last seen at school. She did not come home after school. My daughter is auto-immune, many condition go along with it. She has hypothyroidism really bad and does not have her medication. She also has hypoglycemia. Many other conditions I am not going to list as they are not as serious. She is 5’4″ 115 lbs Red/brown hair that is just past her shoulders and blue eyes. She has a scar on her left eyelid and one on her left cheek from a dog bite. She has a piecing on her right lip. She has stretchers in her ears. She was last wearing a slim fit dark brown leather jacket, skinny jeans and black ugg style boots. She has a striped dark coloured ethnic backpack with medium tan coloured leather straps.

Photo of Abigail which was also posted by Cindy Bond

Abigail is described as standing about 5’4″ tall and weighing approximately 115 pounds, with auburn brown hair and blue eyes. She has a lip piercing, a scar on her left cheek and was last seen wearing a brown leather jacket, black Ugg-style boots and skinny jeans.

Anyone with information regarding this case is asked to please contact: Thunder Bay Police at 807-684-1200 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.