A search warrant was executed at a northwest Oklahoma City condominium Thursday night in hopes of finding clues to a missing 16-year-old Piedmont girl’s whereabouts, police said.
No arrests had been made as of Friday evening.
The search warrant executed Thursday night at a condo near Hefner and Meridian did result in a vehicle being impounded, but it has since been processed and released, Oklahoma City police Capt. Dexter Nelson said.
The residents of the condo cooperated with police, he said.
Anne Josette Hill, 16, was last seen by her brother early April 11 in the north Oklahoma City/Edmond area. Her car was found April 16 in Edmond, police said.
There has been no evidence to suggest foul play or that the girl has been harmed, Nelson said.
Police are still treating the girl’s disappearance as a missing person investigation, he said.
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.
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.
The search warrant was not available to the public Friday.
Anyone with information is asked to call 911.