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Manitoba|disappeared = February 29, 2016|missing for = {{age|2016|2|29}}|height = 5'2" - 5'5"|weight = 134 - 170 pounds|classification = Not stated}}'''Lorlene Chasity '''(or '''Chassidy''')''' Eva Bone '''(Born 1985) was a woman who was last seen at a friend's house. She is a mother of four children and her disappearance is out of character.
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Manitoba|disappeared = February 29, 2016|missing for = {{age|2016|2|29}}|height = 5'2" - 5'5"|weight = 134 - 170 pounds|classification = Not stated}}'''Lorlene Chasity '''(or '''Chassidy''')''' Eva Bone '''(Born 1985) was a woman who was last seen at a friend's house.
 
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*A light complexion.
 
*A light complexion.
 
*A thin build.
 
*A thin build.
**Three hearts on the left side of her neck.
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*Three hearts are tattooed on the left side of her neck.
 
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*A blue hoodie.
 
*A blue hoodie.

Revision as of 02:12, 20 November 2019

Lorlene Bone
Lorlene Bone 01.jpg
Age 31
Race First Nations
Sex Female
Location Shoal River Indian Reserve,

Manitoba

Disappeared February 29, 2016
Missing for 5 years
Height 5'2" - 5'5"
Weight 134 - 170 pounds
Classification Not stated

Lorlene Chasity (or Chassidy) Eva Bone (Born 1985) was a woman who was last seen at a friend's house.

Description

Physical Appearance

  • Long, black or brown hair that she often dyed blonde or red.
  • Brown eyes.
  • A light complexion.
  • A thin build.
  • Three hearts are tattooed on the left side of her neck.

Clothing

  • A blue hoodie.
  • Lorlene might've possibly been dressed in all black and wearing runners.

Life Prior to Disappearance

Lorlene lived on the Wuskwi Sipihk First Nation, approximately thirty kilometers southwest of the Sapotaweyak Cree Nation. Her older sister, Teresa Davis, described Lorlene as a happy and loving person who was fun, always caring, and liked travelling to dance at Powwows.

Lorlene was the mother to four children and her disappearance is out of character. Her mother, Evelyn Chartrand, believes she is deceased.

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