Post Falls PD Searching For 13- Year-Old Endangered Runaway - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Post Falls PD Searching For 13- Year-Old Endangered Runaway

 

POST FALLS, ID - The Post Falls Police Department is actively searching for a 13  year old endangered juvenile runaway, Megan R. Seitz, who went missing on 08/21/12 at approximately 3 p.m. from her home in Post Falls. Seitz was last seen wearing  a black v-neck shirt, blue "skinny" jeans, white tennis shoes, a white chain necklace, and a ring on each hand. She has two piercings in each ear, as well as, a navel piercing.

We have reason to believe that Seitz is in the company of 22 year old Chad A. Radden, a convicted felon and transient that frequents the Spokane Valley area. Detectives spent today canvassing areas in Spokane Valley and believe that Radden and Seitz  are possibly residing somewhere in the area of Pines Road and Broadway Avenue.

The Post Falls Police Department is classifying Seitz as "Endangered" because of  her age, her association with an adult convicted felon, and Radden's transient status. We have also learned that Radden may attempt to flee to Bellingham, WA.

We are requesting help from the public in locating Seitz. If you know her location, please call 911. If you have information which would assist the investigation, please contact Detective Uhrig at 208-777-7140. Tips can also be left at www.postfallspolice.com

 

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