SALT LAKE CITY — A teenager from the Salt Lake City area, McKenna Cummins, has been reported as a runaway juvenile by the Unified Police Department of the greater Salt Lake City area. Cummins has also been listed as a missing child by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
Cummins, 16, was last seen at her school in Taylorsville City on Wednesday. She was reportedly going to her friend’s house. She never returned home nor to her school, Unified Police Department Lt. Justin Hoyal said.
An “attempt to locate” has been issued to all local law enforcement agencies, Hoyal said. This is a request broadcast out to peace officers to attempt to locate a subject, confirm their identity and condition and give that information back to the Unified Police Department. Cummins has also been listed on the United States crime central database – the NCIC. This means that law enforcement agencies across the nation have access to the information that Cummins has been listed as a runaway.
Cummins is described as follows:
- Height – 5 feet, 7 inches
- Weight – 140 pounds
- Age – 16
- Skin color – dark complexion
- Hair – brown
- Eyes -brown
- Distinguishing features – Cummins has a mole on her right cheek and a scar on her left cheek
Cummins may be with a female companion according to a missing person post from The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
If you have any information regarding Cummins, please contact:
Unified Police Department dispatch at 801-743-7000
Missing Persons Unit of the Unified Police Department at 385-468-9798.
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