Prince George teen Colten Fleury has been missing since May 2018. RCMP photo

Prince George RCMP hope for tips in missing teen case

A PG teen has been missing since May 2018

  • Dec. 15, 2018 3:00 p.m.

Investigators are seeking information from friends of missing Prince George teen Colten Fleury.

The Prince George RCMP are continuing to investigate the disappearance Fleury, who has not been seen since May 3, 2018.

On Friday May 4, 2018, the Prince George RCMP received a report of a missing person, 16-year-old Colten Therrin Fleury. He was last seen at his residence on Thursday May 3, 2018.

Colten is described as:

· First Nations male

· 173 cm (5’8”)

· 54 kg (120 lbs)

· Brown eyes

· Short brown hair

Colten, who would now be 17 years old, was last seen wearing a red hoodie and jeans. He is not associated to any vehicle.

Prince George police say extensive efforts to find Colten have been undertaken throughout the province and into other provinces, all without success. The RCMP confirmed there had been no credible information to suggest that Fleury ever left the Prince George area, and that no signs of foul play have surfaced during this investigation.

Fleury’s primary source of communication was through the social media application, Facebook Messenger. The RCMP are asking anyone who had communication with Fleury leading up to or after May 2, 2018, to come forward to speak to investigators. Further, anyone that knows persons that were communicating with Fleury are encouraged to contact police.

“We are convinced that persons in this community, particularly youth, were messaging Colten right before he was last seen, and possible afterwards,” said Cpl. Craig Douglass, spokesperson for the Prince George RCMP.

“We would like those persons to contact our investigators and help us find out what happened to Colten Fleury.”

If you have any information about Colten Therrin Fleury or where he might be, contact the Prince George RCMP at 250-561-3300 or anonymously contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or online at You do not have to reveal your identity to Crime Stoppers.

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