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Police continue search for missing Rush County teen

Updated: Jun 21, 2023

17-year-old Valerie Tindall hasn't been seen for 2 weeks

(ARLINGTON, Ind.) -- Rush County officials are urging the public to be on the lookout for a missing teen and her vehicle.

17-year-old Valerie Tindall disappeared two weeks ago. She was last seen in her hometown of Arlington in Rush County on Wednesday, June 7.

The Rush County Sheriff's Office is now asking for help from property owners and drivers who travel between Shelbyville and the communities of Homer and Arlington.

They ask property owners to check places where a vehicle may be hidden, and travelers to pay attention to places a car may have left the road.

"We are asking for the public's assistance in attempting to locate Valerie and her vehicle," the sheriff's office said. "We are requesting property owners that have deep creek beds, low level fields, ravines, and properties off the roadways that a vehicle could be hidden on or in i.e., barns and other buildings."

The vehicle their searching for is a green 2000 Honda Accord with Indiana license plate ZYK833.

Tindall is described as 5'6 and 160 pounds and might be wearing glasses.

Police believe she is in extreme danger.

Anyone will information is urged to call the Rush County Sheriff's Department at (765) 932-2931.


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