Missing 14-year-old girl never came home from school, Memphis police are now searching for her

By greatbritton

The Memphis Police Department is looking for a missing girl who never came home from school on last week ABC24 News reported. A missing child alert for 14-year-old Mikayla Rhodes has been issued on Sunday by the Memphis Police.

Rhodes, who wears glasses and is 5’6″ tall with brown eyes and black hair was last seen wearing a black hoodie with black pants and red shoes. She weighs approximately 110 pounds and may have been wearing her hair in two twists when she disappeared from school.

The teen was dropped off at her school on the morning of Sept. 22, however, authorities says that she never returned home after school let out. The authorities said according to Action News 5, that Rhodes has been diagnosed with ADHD and depression however, she may have not taken her medication. Rhodes was seen near the 6600 block of May Springs Road in Memphis. The teen had recently celebrated her 14th birthday on Sept. 8.

The MPD posted a missing child bulletin on Twitter after her disappearance with the caption, “Have you seen this child? Report #2209011860ME.” 

“Vic was last seen wearing black pants, black hoodie and red shoes,” read the bulletin. “She also wears glasses with her hair in two twists. Victim was dropped off at school and never returned. Victim is diagnosed with depression and ADHD but has not taken her meds.”

The Memphis Police Department is now seeking help from the community for help locating the teen. They are asking anyone with information about Rhodes’ whereabouts contact Sgt. Henderson at the Memphis Police Department’s Missing Persons Bureau at (901) 636-4479.

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