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Dickinson Police searching for runaway teenager

Police officers are looking for information on the whereabouts of a teenage girl after her mother reported her as a runaway Monday. Isabel Medina, 15, jumped out of her mother's car near the Dickinson Theodore Roosevelt Regional Airport, accordin...

Police officers are looking for information on the whereabouts of a teenage girl after her mother reported her as a runaway Monday. Isabel Medina, 15, jumped out of her mother’s car near the Dickinson Theodore Roosevelt Regional Airport, according to a police report. 

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She is a 5-foot-2-inch white female, weighs about 100 pounds, and is described as having reddish-brown, shoulder-length hair. She was last seen wearing a light blue, North Carolina hoodie sweatshirt and blue jeans. Medina has been entered into the National Crime Information Center database. Her mother told police she believes her daughter might try to go to Minot. Dickinson Police Capt. Dave Wilkie said a full report will follow the information request.Police officers are looking for information on the whereabouts of a teenage girl after her mother reported her as a runaway Monday.Isabel Medina, 15, jumped out of her mother’s car near the Dickinson Theodore Roosevelt Regional Airport, according to a police report. 

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She is a 5-foot-2-inch white female, weighs about 100 pounds, and is described as having reddish-brown, shoulder-length hair. She was last seen wearing a light blue, North Carolina hoodie sweatshirt and blue jeans.Medina has been entered into the National Crime Information Center database. Her mother told police she believes her daughter might try to go to Minot.Dickinson Police Capt. Dave Wilkie said a full report will follow the information request.

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