Jackie Wilson and Valerie Nolin, 54, were last seen Friday afternoon and were found later that evening. (Photo courtesy of Saanich Police)

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Jackie Wilson and Valerie Nolin, 54, were last seen Friday afternoon at Tuscany Village

Identical twins from Saanich who were reported missing on Friday have been located.

The 54-year-old women were last seen on Nov. 22 at 12:45 p.m. Saanich police reported they were found and returned home safely later that evening.

Jackie Wilson and Valerie Nolin were described as Caucasian, 54 years old and five foot four inches with dark hair. The women both suffer from dementia and muscular dystrophy. Police said they are shy and have limited verbal capabilities.

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Police said they both walk with a distinct hunch and were wearing large black sunglasses. Wilson was wearing a black coat, black pants and white shoes while Nolin was wearing a light purple coat, blue jeans and white shoes.

shalu.mehta@goldstreamgazette.com


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