UPDATE: 14-year-old Sanise Diamonique Hall, who has been missing since the early morning hours of August 16th, was safely located in Wisconsin Thursday afternoon, according to police.
The Suffolk Police Department is working in conjunction with the FBI and the investigation is ongoing.
No further details are available at this time.
Suffolk, Va. – The Suffolk Police Department is continuing its investigation into missing 14-year-old Sanise Diamonique Hall, and is asking for the public’s help.
Suffolk Police are especially interested in speaking with a male that made an anonymous call on Monday evening, August 17th. He did not leave contact information and his number was blocked so they have no way of reaching him. They encourage this individual to please contact them so further information can be obtained that may aid in the location of the missing 14-year-old.
Sanise has been missing since the early morning hours on Sunday, August 16th.
During the course of their investigation police have reviewed multiple social media accounts and have been in contact with friends and followers of those accounts, but there has been no activity on those accounts since the day she went missing. They have been in contact with local friends of the teen, as well as local and out-of-state family members.
In a note Sanise left her mother the morning she disappeared, she alluded to the fact that if she needed to be contacted, you could look for her in Florida, but she never actually stated that she was going to Florida.
Since her disappearance, police have received more than 20 tips regarding possible sightings and they’ve followed up on each of these tips, including those that have noted that someone believed to have been Sanise was seen at restaurants, supermarkets, and other locations in Virginia, North Carolina and Florida. No one was ever seen accompanying her in the tips that have been received.
On August 20, 2015, the State Police and National Center for Missing & Exploited Children issued an Endangered Missing Child Alert.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST (843-5678), or Crime Line at 1-888-Lock-U-Up℠. When calling Crime Line, callers do not have to give their names or appear in court. Tips can be submitted by visiting http://www.suffolkva.us/crimelinetips, or by texting the word “CRIMES” (274637) with the keyword SPDVATIP. TipSoft also supports users’ ability to submit videos or photos using the TipSoft mobile app. If information leads to an arrest, the caller or “tipster” could qualify for a reward of up to $1,000.