Cleveland Police looking for missing 12-year-old girl
CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -
Cleveland Police is currently seeking the public's help in locating a 12 year old girl missing from Cleveland's West side.
Raina Bennett was reported missing by her mother after leaving home on Sunday, December 30, 2012. Raina Bennett is a white female standing 5'4" tall and weighing 140 pounds. She has blond hair and green eyes.
Raina Bennett was last seen in the area of West 118th Street and Edgewater Drive in Lakewood. Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of Raina Bennett is asked to contact the Second District Detective Bureau at 216-623-5218.
Anonymous information can be given to Crime Stoppers by calling 216.252.7463 or Text messaging to Text TIP657 plus your message to Crimes (274637).
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