Missing for 12 days, teen still hasn't been spotted
BATON ROUGE - Days after issuing its first request for help in finding a missing teen, deputies sent a second request out Friday.
Hannah Primeaux, 15, has not been seen since June 1st. Deputies first released details of her disappearance on June 9th after her family went eight days without hearing from her. Friday, deputies said she had still not been seen or heard from.
Primeaux is from Central and anyone who might see her is asked to call the sheriff's office at 225-389-5000.
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