The car of a Piedmont teen missing for nearly two weeks was found April 16, police said.
Anne Josette Hill, 16, was last seen April 11 in the north Oklahoma City/Edmond area.
Her car was found at 723 Rockridge Drive in Edmond after someone recognized it from a flier posted in the area, Edmond police Spokeswoman Jennifer Monroe said.
On Tuesday, Oklahoma City police Sgt. Jennifer Wardlow said they have received a few tips about Hill’s whereabouts but are still searching for her.
Hill’s mother, Lori, last spoke with Anne on April 11 and told police Anne was unhappy about not being able to stay out later with her friends.
Police spoke with two of Hill’s friends, one of whom said she had been hanging out with “some bad people” and that he was concerned for her safety.
The last person to see Hill said she left his brother’s home shortly before midnight April 11, but he did not know where she was going or who she was going with.
Hill is described as a white female with brown hair and brown eyes, 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighing 120 pounds. She has a curvy lined tattoo on her right hip, and was last seen wearing a blue one-piece short set.
Anyone with information should call the Oklahoma City Police Department’s missing persons unit at 297-1129 or 911.