Jazmine Sleva

UPDATE: Missing alberta women, believed to have gone to Lower Mainland, found

Serenity Rosewell and Jazmine Sleva of Sylvan Lake have been reported missing

UPDATE: RCMP released a statement Thursday saying the two women have been located and are safe.

Police are looking for two women missing from Alberta believed to be in the West Vancouver area.

Serenity Roswell, 22, and Jazmine Sleva, 21, were last seen in Sylvan Lake, west of Red Deer, on Tuesday. They have not been in touch with family.

Police say they would like to contact the women to ensure their safety.

The pair are believed to be travelling in a black 2015 Jeep Patriot, with the Alberta license plate BYH4108.

Roswell is described an Aboriginal woman, about 5’6” and 115 lbs, with a slim build, brown hair that has been dyed blond, and brown eyes.

Sleva is Caucasian, roughly 5’6” tall with a slim build, with long blond hair, brown eyes and a lip piercing.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Sylvan Lake RCMP at 403-858-7200 or the local RCMP detachment. Tips can also be made anonymously by contacting Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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