Sister of missing Saint Mary's University student speaking at a news conference on Friday

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The Canadian Press - The sister of missing Halifax university student Loretta Saunders is expected to hold a news conference on Friday.

The Nova Scotia Native Women's Association says Delilah Terriak, whose sister has been missing for a week, has come to Halifax in the hope of finding the 26-year-old Inuk woman.

Saunders was reported missing by her family Monday but hasn't been seen since Feb. 13 in the Halifax area.

A car belonging to the Saint Mary's University student was found earlier this week in Harrow, Ont., south of Windsor.

Police in Ontario have charged 25-year-old Blake Leggette and 28-year-old Victoria Henneberry with possession of stolen goods and fraud.

Halifax police say they have obtained arrest warrants for the pair in relation to a stolen vehicle and plan to have them returned to Nova Scotia to face the charges.

Organizations: Saint Mary's University

Geographic location: Halifax, Nova Scotia, Harrow Windsor Ontario

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