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Billings police renew call for help to locate missing Billings girl

Posted at 10:26 AM, Apr 11, 2020

BILLINGS - Police on Saturday morning said they are renewing their efforts to solicit information from the public about a missing 13-year-old girl.

Lt. Brandon Wooley said in a press release that authorities are concerned about the worsening weather conditions and the length of time Deeanna Price has been missing.

Price was last seen on the 2400 block of Colton Boulevard area Friday morning. She was reported missing at 10 a.m. She is 5-feet, 3-inches tall, 111 pounds with long dark brown hair and brown eyes with freckles.

She has a learning and social needs disability and is considered at risk. She had her iPod and earbuds with her.

Here is the full release:

We are renewing efforts this morning to solicit information from the public about the whereabouts of Missing and Endangered teen Deeanna Price. She is 13 years old, brown hair, brown eyes, 5'3", 111 lbs and was last seen at her home in the area of the 2400 block of Colton on Thursday night at about 11 PM. We do not have a clothing description.

Currently, Deanna does not fit the criteria for an Amber alert as we have no information to specifically indicate that she was abducted. However, we believe due to her age and disability she is endangered and widespread sharing and visibility would likely produce leads from the public.

The weather has worsened since yesterday and she has been gone for over 30 hours now. Investigators were out late last night and were back in early this morning trying to develop more leads. At this point, any information from the public would most helpful.

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