Missing teen found alive
Published 10:34 pm Thursday, September 24, 2015
Suffolk police say a teen missing from Suffolk for more than a month has been located alive.
Sanise Diamonique Hall, 14, who disappeared from her North Suffolk home in the early morning hours of Aug. 16, was “safely located in Wisconsin,” according to a city press release.
The Suffolk Police Department is working in conjunction with the FBI, according to the press release, and no further details are available.
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The Virginia State Police and Virginia Missing Children Clearinghouse issued an alert for the girl after her disappearance. She had been last seen by her mother in their apartment on Barclay Place wearing red pajamas with pink hearts, a tank top, a black hoodie and flip-flops.
She was believed to be in danger and left a note for her family saying they could “look for her in Florida,” police said.
Ten days after her disappearance, police said they had received more than 20 tips from several different states, but were hoping one male caller in particular would call back. There had been no activity on her social media accounts.
Her mother, Denise Allen, said she last saw her daughter before her disappearance watching a television show and writing in her notebook, which were not uncommon. Sanise enjoys writing and won an award for a writing sample last year. Allen said her daughter enjoys art, made good grades and had never been in trouble.