APSO searching for runaway Prairieville teen
PRAIRIEVILLE – Deputies are looking for a missing teenager who ran away from her Prairieville home last week.
According to Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office, 16-year-old Charity Cook was last seen leaving her home Thursday, Feb. 4, wearing a turquoise sweatshirt and black pants. Cook is 5’4”, weighs 125 pounds and has brown eyes and curly black hair.
Lt. Col. Bobby Webre said no foul play is expected and Cook’s whereabouts are currently unknown.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the APSO at 235-621-4636 or texting 847411.
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