Charleston County teenager missing for days: SC Police
A missing South Carolina teenager could be in Colombia, Lowcountry law enforcement officials say.
Marilin Aguilar-Vallalobos was not seen since leaving a Charleston-area gas station on May 21, the Mount Pleasant Police Department said. Police publicly reported her missing on Wednesday.
The 16-year-old may be in the Columbia area, police say. Information on why police believe the teenager is in Colombia was not made available.
Police notified the Richland County Sheriff’s Department and the Columbia Police Department of Aguilar-Vallalobos’ presence.
It was not known whether Aguilar-Vallalobos was considered a fugitive or if she was alone on her last visit.
Aguilar-Vallalobos left a Blue Water gas station in a blue Honda Accord, police said.
Police described Aguilar-Vallalobos as a woman with brown hair and brown eyes.
Anyone who has seen Aguilar-Vallalobos, or has information about it, is asked to call the police at 854-202-1960, or Lowcountry CrimeStoppers at 843-554-1111 or submit advice online.
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