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RCMP Looking For Missing Children That Could Be In The Cariboo

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Kamloops RCMP is requesting help from the public in locating two missing children.

On July 8th, the boys non-custodial parent, Kristen Mochrie, is believed to have picked them up for an unscheduled visit. The kids have not been heard from since.

The children are believed to be with Kristen and her partner, Cory Battilana.

RCMP say that the whereabouts are unknown and that police and family are concerned for the wellbeing of the boys.

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Information obtained indicates they may have been heading to Barriere, 100 Mile, Lillooet, or the Edmonton area.

They are described as:

William Mochrie

  • 11-year-old male
  • 4’7
  • 71 lbs

Brown hair and eyes

Photo – RCMP

Mark Mochrie

  • 13-year-old male
  • 5 foot
  • 141 lbs
  • Brown hair and eyes
Photo – RCMP

Kristen Mochrie (may also go by Warawa)

  • 37 years old
  • 5’2
  • 170 lbs
  • Brown hair
  • Green eyes
Photo – RCMP

Cory Battilana

  • 38 years old
  • 5’8
  • 163 lbs
  • Brown hair and eyes
Photo – RCMP

It’s believed they may be traveling in either of the following vehicles:

  • 1997 red two-door Honda Civic, BC license plate LR520R
  • 2017 blue five-door Hyundai Santa Fe, BC license plate KE920K

Anyone with information is asked to call their nearest police department, or Kamloops RCMP at 250-828-3000

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