Edmonton police are looking for woman, girl reported missing in separate incidents, not dressed for cold

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Edmonton police are looking for a woman and a girl who disappeared in separate incidents this week, and both are not believed to be dressed for the extreme winter conditions.

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Davinia McKinney (nee Carter), 21, was last seen leaving her Belmead home on foot near 182 Street and 90 Avenue Tuesday night after talking to her husband on a social media app around 7:30 p.m.

McKinney left her purse, cell phone and wallet, and it is believed she was not dressed for the extreme cold conditions. She is a white woman with shoulder-length brown hair, five feet seven and about 120 pounds.

“McKinney’s disappearance is considered out of character, and as such, her family and police are concerned about her well-being,” police said in a press release.

Police are also looking for 11-year-old Lexani Stettner, who was last seen leaving his home near 147 Street and 104 Avenue around 9 p.m. Tuesday. She was last heard from on social media at 2 a.m. Wednesday, police said in a press release Thursday afternoon.

Stettner is described as a five-foot-one, with a thin build and shoulder-length brown hair. She was last seen wearing a beige sweater, white sweatpants, a backpack and glasses.

The Edmonton Police Service is seeking public assistance in locating a missing 11-year-old girl.  Lexani Stettner, 11, was last seen leaving her residence near 147 Street and 104 Avenue at about 6 p.m.  21, Tuesday, December 28, 2021. She was last heard from on social media at 2 a.m. Wednesday, December 29, 2021. delivered
The Edmonton Police Service is seeking public assistance in locating a missing 11-year-old girl. Lexani Stettner, 11, was last seen leaving her residence near 147 Street and 104 Avenue at about 6 p.m. 21, Tuesday, December 28, 2021. She was last heard from on social media at 2 a.m. Wednesday, December 29, 2021. delivered jpg

It is believed that she is not dressed for the current weather conditions and family and police are concerned about her well-being.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of McKinney or Stettner should contact Edmonton Police or Crime Stoppers.

With files from Anna Junker

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