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Prince Edward Island RCMP looking for Tyson MacDonald since December 14 and now considers the matter to be criminal in nature.

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The GRC of the Island – Prince Edward Island is treating the disappearance of a 17-year-old as a criminal matter.

Tyson Blair MacDonald was last seen on December 14 in the rural community of Caledonia.

The RCMP's Serious Crime and General Investigation Unit has taken over the case.

Police are asking the public to come forward with any relevant information to investigation.

Based on our information, we believe a crime has occurred, involving Mr. MacDonald as a victim, says Corporal Gavin Moore .

The RCMP revealed a few days ago that they were seeking information regarding a Honda Civic car and an unidentified woman, but indicated Monday that they no longer needed information on these elements.

Intensive searches for Tyson MacDonald have taken place over the past three days. Investigators used RCMP drones and dog services. The Forensic Identification Section, Provincial General Investigation Section, Criminal Analysis Section and detachments from Queen, Prince and Kings Districts are assisting in the investigation.

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The police also explained in a press release that the disappearance of Tyson McDonald did not meet the criteria justifying the triggering of an alert Amber.

Our thoughts are with the family and friends of Tyson MacDonald as we work diligently to try to find answers for them, states in the release from the Acting Commander of the PEI RCMP, Kevin Lewis.

With information by CBC

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