Search for runaway 15-year-old teen - Tucson News Now

Search for runaway 15-year-old teen

Source: Saddie's mother Source: Saddie's mother
PHOENIX (Tucson News Now) -

The Pinal County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help locating a 15-year-old San Tan Valley teen that ran away.

Saddie Renee Cowart was last seen just before January 8. The family says she ran away by sneaking through her bedroom window and she took most of her clothing.

She has been reported as a runaway several times in the past. She is prescribed depression medication that she has failed to take.

Sadie made last contact with her online school program from an IP address traced to location in Central Phoenix on January 14.

She is 5'07", 160 lbs., with brown hair and brown eyes. She has a piercing on the right side of her nose and gauged earrings. She was last seen wearing a dark shirt and black/green/black plaid Capri sweat pants. She might also have a pink camo backpack and green duffle bag.

Anyone with information is asked to call (520) 866-5111.

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