Hamilton Police Missing Person Bulletin: 17-yr old Tatyana Young

Hamilton Police Missing Person Bulletin: 17-yr old Tatyana Young
[![Missing teen Tatyana Young (Handout / Hamilton Police Service)](http://joeycoleman.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Screenshot_2014-07-16-21-05-202.jpg)](http://joeycoleman.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Screenshot_2014-07-16-21-05-202.jpg)Missing teen Tatyana Young (Handout / Hamilton Police Service)
Hamilton Police have issued a missing person alert for a 17-year-old last seen on Monday, July 14.

Police, and the teen’s family, are concerned for her safety as she requires life-saving medication and they do not know if she has it on her.

They ask our assistance locating her.

UPDATE: Hamilton Police believe Ms. Young may be in Toronto.

Full Release

The Hamilton Police Service is seeking the assistance of the public in locating a missing Hamilton teen.

Tatyana YOUNG was reported missing to the Hamilton Police Service by her family. She was last seen in the late evening hours on Monday July 14, 2014 at her residence in central Hamilton. The Hamilton Police Service and her family are concerned for her well being and are asking for the help of the public in locating her.

Tatyana has a medical condition for which she requires life sustaining medication multiple times a day. It is unknown at this time, whether Tatyana has an adequate supply of this medication in her possession.

Tatyana is described as a white female, 17 years old, approximately 5’5 in height, 175 lbs, fair complexion, freckles on her face and arms, strawberry blonde hair below the shoulder and gray/blue eyes. She was last seen wearing blue jean shorts, a bright pink T-shirt with a colorful design on the front and light gray Nike high top shoes.

Police are urging the public to call immediately if Tatyana is seen so that we may ensure she is safe.

Hamilton Police continue to investigate and we are asking anyone with information on the whereabouts of Tatyana YOUNG to contact the Hamilton Police Service at 905-546-4925 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.