A march for Devon Marsman, missing for 6 months in Halifax

A walk for Devon Marsman, missing for 6 months in Halifax

The 16-year-old was last seen on February 25.

A march in Halifax, Nova Scotia on August 27, 2022, to highlight that 16-year-old Devon Marsman is still being sought. He was last seen on February 25, in the Spryfield neighborhood.

The mother of a teenager who has been missing for six months staged a march through the streets of Halifax on Saturday , in Nova Scotia, to remind that she is still looking for her son and that the family is concerned.

Devon Marsman, 16, was last seen on February 25, 2022 in the Spryfield neighborhood of Halifax. The last time his family saw him was the day before, February 24.

A march was held in Halifax, Nova Scotia on August 27, 2022, to highlight that 16-year-old Devon Marsman is still wanted. He was last seen on February 25, in the Spryfield district.

His mother, Theresa Gray, wants to understand what happened, she is looking for any information that can shed light on this disappearance.

It's daily torture, she said grimly on Saturday.

A march in Halifax on Saturday.

Halifax Regional Police say they do not believe Devon Marsman was the victim of foul play, but that does not reassure relatives of the teen.

For over 184 days, there has been no activity on Devon's cell phone or bank cards, and he hasn't posted anything on the social networks he used.

Nothing! It's as if it disappeared off the face of the earth, says Ms. Gray.

Theresa Gray (right), Devon Marsman's mother.

She adds that she is convinced someone knows something and begs those people to come forward.

The teenager, whose full name is Devon Sinclair Marsman, is described as African Nova Scotian in the wanted poster.

He is approximately 153cm (5ft) tall and weighs approximately 45 kg (100 lbs). He has blue-green eyes and his black hair was cut short.

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Devon Marsman, 16, was last seen on February 25, 2022.

When last seen on February 25, 2022 in the Spryfield neighborhood, he was dressed in jeans and a hoodie.

If there is any information on the young man's whereabouts, the toll-free number can be contacted. #x27;Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIPS (8477) or Halifax Police at 902-490-5020. This disappearance bears the file number 22-25658.

According to the report by Stéphanie Blanchet

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