Ashville family appeals for help in finding missing teenage daughter
ASHVILLE, AL (WBRC) - The mother of a missing Ashville teenager is pleading with her to come home and with the public to help find her.
Christina Hall was 15 when she was last seen at her home on Loop Road in Ashville. That was on November 3.
She has since missed Thanksgiving and Christmas with her family, and even her own 16th birthday this past Saturday.
Her mother says she ran track at Ashville High School and volunteered at a local fire department.
She says it’s not like Tina, as her friends and family call her, to disappear without telling anyone.
“She was doing the fire station. She volunteered, and went out exploring. And all I want is for her just to come home. She’s just a real good kid. I just don’t understand. Never been in no kind of trouble,” says her mother, April Hall.
Ms. Hall says Christina has a number of nephews and nieces who miss her. A young nephew with autism can’t understand why she’s gone, Ms. Hall says.
“The first message I would like to get to Tina is that I love her, and I would like for her to be home,” Hall continues. “And if anybody has seen her, or knows whereabouts she is, please call 911.”
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children has gotten involved in the case, and says she may have been seen with an older man, and may be in the Anniston, Oxford, or Riverside area.
Anyone with information on her whereabouts is urged to contact the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office at (205) 594-2100 or private investigator Rick Victorino at (256) 345-2068.
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