Saanich Police announced that the missing Saanich teens have been found on the mainland. (Black Press File Photo)

UPDATE: Missing brothers from Saanich have been found

Joseph Billy and Tyson Billy-Brown were located on the mainland

Just before 3 p.m. on Friday, the Saanich Police Department announced that the missing brothers Joseph Billy, 15, and Tyson Billy-Brown, 14, were found on the mainland in the Burnaby area.

They left an address in Saanich on foot Tuesday afternoon and hadn’t been seen since. On Friday morning, the Saanich Police asked for the public’s help in locating brothers.

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Saanich Police said the boys are unharmed and are back with their mother.



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