Mother of missing Niagara teen won't give up hope
The mother of a missing Niagara teen won't give up hope in the search for her daughter.
19 year old Samantha Lambert was last seen in Welland/Niagara Falls on September 4th by her father.
Her mother, Yvonne Lambert, tells CKTB that Samantha is a good kid who had recently been hanging out with the wrong crowd.
She says Samantha was trying to find her way back from making the wrong choices when she went missing.
Yvonne describes Samantha as a girl who is very well liked, loves kids, animals, and music.
She was last seen wearing black tights, and an orange Nike sweater.
She is 5'1 with shoulder length brown hair.
No one has heard from her since she went missing
Anyone with information should contact Niagara Regional Police.
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