Police ask for help in search for missing 15-year-old girl

Junie Sihlangu
Dec 20, 2018
02:27 P.M.
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On December 14, Mercedes “Sadie” Lee went missing. She was last seen in Bacliff, Texas, according to the police.

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The police are now asking people for assistance in finding the teenage girl. She's believed to have a couple of items in her possession.

Mercedes “Sadie” Lee, 15, was last seen wearing camouflage print pants and a black hoodie-styled warmup jacket. Underneath she wore a black long-sleeved shirt.

Texas EquuSearch also revealed that the teenager was carrying a pair of burgundy-colored jeans, a pair of blue jeans, a pair of black jeans, and another pair of camouflage jeans.

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For more on this story go to our Twitter account @amomama_usa. It was also reported that she had a teal-colored, velour throw blanket in her possession.

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Police have asked that anyone who’s seen Lee since her disappearance, or anyone who might know of her current whereabouts, to please contact the authorities. Anyone who might have any information concerning her disappearance is also asked to contact the police.

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People can call the Galveston County Sheriff’s Office at (281) 534-3515 or Texas EquuSearch at (281) 309-9500. In a different case, the police are still looking for Jayme Closs, 13.

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On October 15, a 911 call came through from Barron, Wisconsin. When the police arrived at the address, they found the teenager’s parents James and Denise Closs dead from gunshot wounds.

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Jayme, who was believed to be home at the time was found to be missing and is now considered in danger. The police believe that she is still alive.

The teenager was described as 5 feet tall, about 100 pounds, with green eyes, and blond-strawberry hair. A Christmas tree that honors Jayme has been erected in the lobby of the Barron County Courthouse in Barron.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Barron County sheriff’s office at 855-744-3879.

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