Mekayla, age 16, was last seen surveillance video in both Yorkton’s Broadway Tim Horton’s and Yorkton’s bus depot on April 12, 2016.
She went to school in the morning, but left shortly after arriving.
She went to several businesses in Yorkton throughout the morning, then returned to school around noon.
She bought lunch at the restaurant in the bus depot, but did not get on a bus that day.
Mekayla left the bus depot in the early afternoon and hasn’t been seen since.
Last month was the six anniversary of Mekayla’s disappearance. The Bali family held a press conference to mark the anniversary, as well as provide an update on the reward now being offered to the public for tips on Mekayla’s whereabouts.
“She wasn’t engaged in dangerous, risky behaviours. No mental health issues, no substance abuse issues. No temper tantrums or threats of running away. No sneaking out. When invited to sleepovers, she would usually call by 11 p.m. to be picked up, she was a homebody,” said Paula Bali, Mekayla’s mother.
Anonymous community business donations have now increased the total reward to $100,000 which was previously $25,000
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