These images of a suspect and auto possibly related to the disappearance of 18-year-old Greenfield resident Madison Bell were released Thursday by the Highland County Sheriff's Office.
A teenager in OH hasn't returned since she left home on the morning of May 17 to go to a tanning salon, authorities said.
Her vehicle was found in a church parking lot with her cell phone inside and keys still in the ignition.
Investigators were looking into a white vehicle with a California number plate parked in the same church parking lot where Madison's auto was found, but Highland County Sheriff Donnie Barrera told CNN there have been no new leads on the case.
"I was cleaning when she changed clothes and left, and yelled, 'Mom, I'm going to tan and I'll be right back, '" Montavon wrote on Facebook.
Madison Bell's missing poster that was spread after she was reported missing on May 17, 2020.
Highland County Sheriff Donnie Barrera said: 'There's no reason, so far, that we found, why she would've pulled into that parking lot'. She was a graduating senior. He said tips leading to the whereabouts of Bell may be eligible for a reward.
Madison Bell’s missing poster that was spread after she was reported missing
"Whoever has her, bring her home to her family", Montavon told WXIX. She didn't come back. "When they found her vehicle at the church without her in it, that's when they contacted law enforcement". "She's the most loving girl I've ever seen in my life. I just want her to come home", he added.
Concerned that Madison may have gotten into a auto accident, Bell and Mann drove to the Good Shepherd Church parking lot near the Corner Market tanning salon, where they found her vehicle.
An Ohio teen left home for a quick trip to one of the state's recently reopened tanning salons, and has not been seen since, according to a report. Bell's phone, as well as the coins and paper money in the change compartment, were still in her auto.
Bell said she tried to unlock Madison's phone but was unable to and handed it over to law enforcement.
Officials say Bell has a cross tattoo on her neck and a ghost tattoo on her side.
She was last seen wearing a T-shirt, brown sandals, black leggings or Star Wars trousers, and a black North Face Jacket.
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