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APD searching for teen runaway missing for nearly a month

APD searching for teen runaway missing for nearly a month

David Lynch
September 14, 2018 04:20 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Albuquerque Police are searching for a teen runaway who has been missing for nearly a month and who may be exploited "due to her diminished mental capacity."

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Natalia Wilson ran away from her home on Alta Mesa NW on August 19. Police say she suffers from bipolar disorder, PTSD and ADHD, and did not take her medicine when she left home. This isn't the first time Wilson has run away from home, her parents told police, but "this is the longest she has been away."

APD says Wilson could lie about her identity. According to her family, she could also be armed with knives.

She stands 5 feet 4 inches tall, weighs about 190 pounds, and has brown eyes with red hair. If you have any information as to her location, you are asked to call APD at (505)242-2677.

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David Lynch

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