Endangered person advisory issued for missing 16-year-old with medical condition
A young woman named Ryann Marie Stroup has been reported missing and the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office is currently searching for her.
Stroup hasn't been seen ever since she left her home, in Silex, Missouri, in between the nights of Monday, August 13, 2018, and Tuesday, and her family is worried because she has a medical condition that requires daily attention.
According to Fox 2 Now, her medical condition is yet to be revealed but it is said that she doesn't have the required equipment with her to deal with the illness.
The police described Stroup as being Caucasian, standing 5'3 and weighing around 125 pounds. She is blonde and was last seen wearing a red shirt, blue skinny jeans and a red backpack.
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SHE MIGHT HAVE A COMPANION
But the 16-year-old might not be alone. She is reportedly in the company of Cody Ray Parton, a 24-year-old caucasian male that stands at 6' tall, weighs around 220 pounds and has brown hair.
At the time of Stroup's disappearance, the pair was behind the wheel of a 2009 Honda Civic with a Missouri license plate CN8G2L.
APPEAL FOR INFORMATION
Stroup's life might be in danger so it is of utmost importance for anyone with information regarding her whereabouts to come forward and contact their local law enforcement agency.
But Stroup isn't the only girl who recently went missing. Mollie Tibbets, from Brooklyn, in Iowa, is yet to be found despite the police and her family's best efforts.
MOLLIE TIBBETS STILL MISSING
The 20-year-old was dog-sitting on July 18 when she decided to go for a jog. At the time of her disappearance, she was wearing a black sports bra, shorts and running shoes.
So far, police have narrowed down a few locations where she might have been, including her boyfriend's house, a truck stop and a car wash, as well as some dirt roads of difficult access.