Kingston police seek info on missing 16-year-old girl
KINGSTON, N.Y. — City police on Friday said they are investigating a report of a 16-year-old girl being missing for most of the week.
Daijha Leonard, a Kingston High School sophomore, last was seen on Monday at her home at 27 Henry St., police said. They said she was described to them as 5-foot-6 and 190 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.
Police said the girl’s mother, Tuwana Leonard, reported her missing on Wednesday.
Police said they are in regular contact with the girl’s mother, who is trying to contact her daughter’s friends.
Police said they were unsure if the girl had a cell phone with her when she last was seen.
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