Police, friends, and family are still looking for a Salem Middle School student believed to be missing since Tuesday morning.
The Washington County Sheriff’s Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating a missing juvenile. – Meliegh Nichole Guevara, 13.
According to her mother, April Mossey (Guevara), Meliegh was last seen around 4a on Tuesday, December 29, and is believed to have left their home on McKinley Road in Campbellsburg.
April talked to WSLM this afternoon in an effort to get information out to the listening area to try and help locate her.
She believes Meliegh left of her own will and said she had been feeling her siblings were getting more attention and possibly could have left with a Hispanic boy who might have picked her up.
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She called the Washington County Sheriff’s Department at 6:24a Tuesday to report her missing.
Meliegh is described as 110 pounds and 5’1’’ tall with long black hair, brown eyes, dark skin, and Hispanic ethnicity.
According to April, Melieghaleigh has piercings on both sides of her nose.
She is likely wearing grey Vans shoes and American Eagle jeans with holes in them.
Her mother also said she had her backpack with her, described as black with the words “BLACK YOUNG BOY” (a rapper) on the backpack.
She also has an iPhone and may also be wearing a dark-colored jacket with a Mexican flag on it.
Speaking to her daughter, April said, “I love you and I want you to come home.”
Anyone with information about the possible location of Meliegh Nichole Guevara is encouraged to immediately contact the Washington County Sheriff’s Department at (812) 883-5999.