Missing Teen: 16-Year-Old Girl Disappears in Sumter County, Sheriff’s Office Asks
In a frightening turn of events, Sumter County Police are actively looking for Mya Wright, 16, who inexplicably vanished early Saturday morning. Mya was last seen at her home on Broad Street at 3 a.m., and concern among family, friends, and law enforcement is growing.
Sheriff’s office says 16-year-old girl missing in Sumter County since Saturday:
Mya is described as a 16-year-old with brown eyes and black hair, standing around 5 feet 7 inches and weighing around 196 pounds. Her distinguishing traits may aid in her identification.
Authorities are requesting the public to come forward with any information that could help them find her. To aid in the search, the police have published a photo of Mya.
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Urgent Appeal for Assistance
Law enforcement officials are pleading with the public for assistance in this critical situation. Anyone with knowledge of Mya Wright’s whereabouts is urged to contact the police as soon as possible.
Dial 911 for emergency services, and call the Sumter County Police Department at 803-436-2000 if you have relevant information. The community’s assistance is critical in assuring Mya’s safe return, and officials are treating this as a high-priority issue.