Missing Highland County teen located, safe

Maddie Bell's mother pleads for help 'If you have my child out there please let her go'

Her auto was found abandoned in a church parking lot that deputies cordoned off as a crime scene.

Investigators released several photos Thursday of a man that may have knowledge of what happened to Bell, or least may have seen her.

A church worker told police the white four-door vehicle they saw in the lot stood out as there were no services due to COVID-19.

Bell, 18, has been missing since May 17 when she left her home in Greenfield to go to a tanning salon but never returned home. She has gray contact lenses, a cross tattoo on her neck and a ghost tattoo on her side.

Madison's mother said the disappearance is out of character for the senior in high school who was looking forward to her upcoming graduation.

"Please keep your eye out for my daughter Madison", she wrote in a plea on Facebook.

Melissa Bell hasn't slept since Sunday. "She's the most loving girl I've ever seen in my life".

Maddie Bell's mother pleads for help 'If you have my child out there please let her go'
Maddie Bell's mother pleads for help 'If you have my child out there please let her go'

"I'll see you when you get back is the last thing I got to say", he added.

A $15,000 reward is being offered for information on the whereabouts of missing Ohio teen Madison Bell, according to the Southern Ohio Crime Stoppers, Inc. I just want her to come home, ' he said through sobs.

The announcement that she had been located and was safe was made around 6:30 a.m. Saturday by Highland County Sheriff Donnie Barrera.

"To them, this is personal", said Nestor.

Investigators were looking into a white vehicle with a California number plate parked in the same church parking lot where Madison's auto was found, but Highland County Sheriff Donnie Barrera told CNN there have been no new leads on the case. He was reportedly wearing a polo shirt and owned a white auto with California license plates.

Tanning salons in OH reopened on May 17, almost two months after they were closed because of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus pandemic, a novel coronavirus that originated in China and has since caused a global pandemic.

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