DETROIT (WWJ) — Police in Detroit are asking for the general public’s assist discovering a teen who went lacking from the town’s east aspect earlier this month.
Nyana King, thirteen, was final seen on the Elizabeth Davenport Shelter on the 600 block of E. Grand River on February 15 at round midnight.
In accordance with the shift supervisor, King left the shelter on foot after refusing to be processed.
Police describe King as a black feminine, 5-foot-7 and 200 kilos, with a light-weight brown complexion and black hair. She is in good bodily situation, however suffers from melancholy and a bi-polar dysfunction.
Anybody who has any details about King’s whereabouts is requested to name the Detroit Police Division’s Seventh Precinct Investigative Unit at 313-596-5740 or 313-596-5700.