TOOELE — New information has been obtained in the search for missing and endangered 14-year-old Mia Richards, the Tooele City Police Department stated Saturday.
New surveillance photos obtained from the Tooele City Maverick show Mia in the store on Tuesday with an adult male and female, both of whom wore white shirts. All three individuals left the scene in a dark-colored Ford Expedition from a year between 2006 and 2010, the press release from Tooele police notes. The Expedition is damaged on the passenger-side running board, and paint is missing on the rear door of the driver’s side.
In the surveillance video, Mia is seen wearing a blue crop top hoodie and red and black plaid leggings. The teen was described in the initial release at her disappearance as caucasian, approximately 5 feet, 2 inches tall, and weighing about 135 pounds; she has hazel eyes and hair colored pink, blue and black.
Richards was last seen on Tuesday, and a missing and endangered advisory was issued Wednesday. She disappeared after telling her family she was going with friends.
If anyone recognizes the individuals in the surveillance images or knows who owns the Expedition, they are encouraged to call Tooele dispatch at 435-882-5600.
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