Update: Missing mom surfaces on Facebook

A young mother from Surrey who dropped her child off with friends last Thursday, and never returned to pick her up, updated her Facebook status this morning.

  • Feb. 17, 2011 5:00 p.m.

A young mother from Surrey, who dropped her child off with friends last Thursday, and never returned to pick her up, updated her Facebook status this morning.

23-yer-old Nikita Jack reportedly disappeared last Thursday evening, Feb. 10. Her friends, family and police put out a call for anyone who saw the young woman to call Surrey police.

Reportedly Jack was not missing but stuck in Revelstoke B.C.

Today she posted a photo of herself with her boyfriend and a copy of a newspaper article asking for the public’s help in locating her.

She apologized to her family and friends who had been frantically trying to contact by way of Facebook since her disappearance.

Surrey police have confirmed that she has been located safe. No other information was provided.

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