An Ohio teen left home for a quick trip to one of the state’s recently reopened tanning salons, and has not been seen since, according to a report.
Madison Bell, 18, of Greenfield was last seen around 10:30 a.m. Sunday heading to the salon, but never showed up at her appointment, news station WXIX reported.
“She yelled, ‘I’m going to go tan. I’ll be right back.’ and I was like, ‘Okay, be careful.’ She left and I haven’t heard from her since,” her mother, Melissa Montavon, told the outlet.
But when she hadn’t returned that day from the outing, her mother filed a missing persons report, prompting authorities to ping her cellphone, according to the report.
The phone was traced to Good Shepherd Church, where her car was discovered unlocked with the keys in the ignition, the outlet reported.
Highland County Sheriff’s Office said they are looking for a white car with possible California tags in the search for the missing teen.
Her mother appeared to suggest that she believes her daughter was not alone when she vanished without a trace.
“Whoever has her, bring her home to her family,” Montavon told WXIX. “This is not right. You don’t take her and not bring her home. She needs to be back home where she’s safe.”
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