Officials are searching for a missing San Tan Valley girl.
The 15-year-old girl, identified as Saddie Renee Cowart, reported her as a runaway on Jan. 8 about 7:30 a.m. It is believed she left her home in the 30000 block of N. Zircon Drive through a window.
Cowart logged on to her school program from a computer in central Phoenix on Jan. 14. and has not been heard from since.
Cowart is supposed to be taking medication for depression but left the medication when she ran away.
Cowart is described as being a white female standing about 5-foot-7 and weighing 160 lbs. She has brown hair and brown eyes. She has a piercing on the right side of her nose and gauged earrings. She was last seen wearing a dark shirt and blue, green and black plaid capri pants. She may be in possession of a pink camouflage backpack and green duffle bag.
Anyone with information on Cowart’ whereabouts is asked to contact the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office at (520) 866-5111.
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