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April 19, 2014

Police seek teen last seen in Edmond-north OKC area

Teen’s vehicle found empty in Edmond

EDMOND — The family of a missing teenage girl made a plea to the public Friday to help them find the Casady honors student.

Oklahoma City Police Sgt. Jennifer Wardlow said the agency’s Missing Persons Unit is asking for the public’s help locating a 16-year-old female last seen  April 10 in the north Oklahoma City/Edmond area.

Wardlow said the agency is trying to locate Anne Josette Hill, 16, a white female with brown hair, brown eyes, standing about 5-feet, 4-inches, and weighing about 120 pounds. Wardlow said she was wearing a blue one-piece short set and has a curvy lined tattoo on her right hip.

“Because she’s been gone an extended period of time, investigators would like to locate her and check her welfare,” Wardlow said.

Reginald Hill, Anne’s brother, said his sister went missing April 11. Hill said family members have been looking for her and passing out fliers in the hopes that someone will know where she is and call the authorities. Hill said her last known cell phone ping was in the vicinity of the University of Central Oklahoma, but the search near the campus was not fruitful.

Hill said his sister, a 4.0 sophomore at Casady School, is not a troublemaker. Family members are frustrated about a lack of information related to her disappearance.

“What are we to do?” he said. “She’s my baby sister.”

Edmond Police Department spokeswoman Jenny Monroe said the teen’s vehicle was found in Edmond, impounded and turned over to OKCPD. Details surrounding the action were not immediately available by press time Friday.

Anyone who knows Anne Josette Hill’s whereabouts should contact the OKCPD’s Missing Person’s Unit at 405-297-1129. If after business hours, call 911.

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