Search for Bathurst teen suspended due to rain

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Madison Roy-Boudreau was last seen entering a grey pickup truck on May 11. (Bathurst Police Force - image credit)
Madison Roy-Boudreau was last seen entering a grey pickup truck on May 11. (Bathurst Police Force - image credit)

Police suspended the search for a missing Bathurst, N.B., teen on Saturday due to rain.

Madison Roy-Boudreau, 14, was last seen getting into a grey pickup truck on May 11.

"Search operations are suspended today on account of rain conditions," said Luc Foulem, spokesperson for the city of Bathurst.

A decision on whether to resume the search will be made Sunday.

About 30 members of the RCMP, Bathurst Police and search and rescue organizations had been searching the quarry site near Highway 11 and St. Anne Street.

Jason Boudreau, Madison's father, spoke to Radio-Canada. He said he appreciates all the work that's being done to find his daughter.

He said he has been participating in search efforts and is in frequent contact with the police.

He still holds out hope that his daughter will be found safe and sound and urges anyone who has information on her disappearance to contact police.

Roy-Boudreau is five-foot-four and 119 pounds. She has brown eyes and medium-length brown hair.

She was last seen wearing a grey sweater, a pair of camouflage pants and silver shoes.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Bathurst police at 506-548-0420 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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