Missing Ottawa girl taken by mother: Police
Ottawa police are searching for nine-year-old Jasmine Olleik who Ottawa police believe was taken by her mother who does not have any custody rights.
Published Saturday, December 1, 2012 9:43AM EST
Ottawa police are searching for a nine-year-old Ottawa girl who is believed to be with her mother, who does not have custody of her.
Police said nine-year-old Jasmine Olleik was last seen walking with a woman and getting into a blue four-door sedan in the 1500 block of Blohm Drive in Ottawa’s south end around 3 p.m. on Nov. 28.
Police believe she was taken by her mother, 42-year-old Nina Grebenschikov.
Olleik was reported missing by her father who has full custody.
Olleik is described as white, five feet one inches tall with a slim build and has short, dark brown hair and brown eyes. Police say she was last seen wearing a pink winter jacket and pink and brown boots.
Grebenschikov is described as white, five feet seven inches tall weighing 125 pounds with auburn hair and hazel eyes. Police say she may have dyed her hair blonde.
Ottawa police told CTV Ottawa this missing child case does not qualify as an urgent amber alert situation, but they are increasingly concerned they haven't heard from Grebenschikov.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Ottawa Police at 613-236-1222 ext. 5407.
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