The Riverhead Police Department is asking the public’s help to locate two teenage girls they say are frequent runaways from Little Flower Children’s Services in Wading River.
Adalila Hyder, 15, is described by police as a Hispanic female, 5’-2” tall, 120 pounds, with a light complexion, brown eyes and multi-colored short hair. Adalila was last seen wearing a black jacket, white shirt, black leggings and black shoes, police said in a press release this afternoon.
Adalila Hyder left the Little Flower campus on Jan. 22 at about 4 p.m., on her own and without permission, police said. She got into a black SUV, unknown make and model, which left the area in a westbound direction, destination unknown, police said.
Autumn Tucker, 15, is described by police as an American Indian female, 5’-5” tall, 220 pounds, light complexion, brown eyes, with medium length brown hair.
Autumn left the Little Flower campus on Jan. 22 at approximately 4:40 p.m., on her own and without permission, leaving in an unknown direction with an unknown destination.
No foul play is suspected in either instance, police said.
Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of either Adalila Hyder or Autumn Tucker is asked to contact the Riverhead Police Department at (631) 727-4500.
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