I hope the police check her phone, email, and computer records. If she did
leave, especially if it was with someone, that might give them some clues. I
hope she is found safe!
Korn75 thanks for the tip I'll bet the police needed that.I
hope she is ok.
@korn75 I'm sure the police will not leave a single stone
unturned. I'm sure they will interview every member of the family and will
likely even ask some very uncomfortable questions. If she was taken,
the person who did it clearly knew how to get in and out of the house, as well
as the neighborhood, without being spotted which would indicate it was planned
meticulously. If she had plan to run off with someone, there would more than
likely be some clue left behind as to who it was.Pray for her and
her family. They are going through the worse nightmare imaginable right now.
Every time I hear or read of a young teen who disappears without a clue or
leaving word, I worry. I don't have kids, but any of them could be my
student, neighbor, or child of a friend.I wonder about the wisdom of
the media publishing the exact address of a missing person, crime victim,
suspect, witness, or any other involved person. Wouldn't it be more prudent
to give an intersection or a block number and street, to avoid attracting
harassers, scammers, crystal ball gazers, busybody do-gooders, or others who
might hinder the investigation or try to take advantage of the family?
A 13 year old girl missing in winter weather conditions withourt a jacket or
shoes. There is more to this story than we are being told. Lets hope she is
found alive and ok.
Since this article says that she left on her own for whatever reason, I would
think that if she has a cell phone all her calls should be checked and any
emails she may have received. Check any of her computer accounts that she may
have..ask her friends, she may have talked with them. I hope she gets found and
realizes the heart ache that she is causing on her family.
Glad she was found safe!