For Release: September 19, 2012
Originator: Sergeant Dave Cross - Media Relations Officer - 905 825-4899
Contact: On-duty Staff Sergeant - Uniform Operations - 905 825-4747 x2210
Halton Police Look for Public Assistance in Locating Missing Youth
On the evening of August 21st, 2012, Kaysee DUPLESSIE
(14 yrs) left the Heritage House Group Home in Oakville, without advising staff members of his intended destination. He was alone and on foot at the time of his departure.
Since that time no members of the group home have had any contact with Kaysee, and police have not been able to locate him.
Kaysee DUPLESSIE is a habitual runaway from the Heritage House Group Home. To date, he has always been located in the City of Hamilton after leaving the facility. Kaysee does not have any medical conditions, nor is foul play suspected. He has family and friends in the downtown Hamilton area, and it is believed that he may staying with one of them. In the past he has also been a frequent visitor at the Lynwood Group Home in Hamilton. Kaysee is a light skinned black male, 5'7" tall, and 115 pounds, with a thin build. He frequently dresses in a baggie t-shirt, baseball hat, and sunglasses.
Investigators from the Halton Regional Police Service encourage Kaysee to attend the nearest police station to advise of his whereabouts, and confirm his well-being. If any other persons have seen Kaysee or believe that they know his whereabouts, please contact the Halton Regional Police Service 20 Division Staff Sergeant at (905) 825-4747, extension 2210.