Police Searching For Missing 13-Year-Old Girl In Clarion

CLARION TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — Police are searching for a teenage girl in Clarion Township who has been missing since Friday evening.

State police say 13-year-old Shevy Lynn McGiffin left her home on Fraternity Drive in Clarion Township around 7:15 p.m. Friday to go to the store.

Around 10:20 a.m. Sunday, ExploreClarion.com reported that state police were still searching for her. The website also said a community gathering was to be held in the Clarion Area High School parking lot at noon.

Police describe McGiffin as 4-feet-8-inches tall with a chubby build. She is white and has blonde hair.

She was last seen Friday night near the Comet Food Warehouse and Dollar General on S. 5th Avenue. She was wearing a pink hoodie, pink shorts and black Nike sandals at the time.

Anyone who sees McGiffin or has any information regarding her whereabouts should contact state police at 814-226-1710.

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One Comment

  1. Tom Kunich says:

    No worries. If they find the man responsible our wonderful justice system will give him 15 days in jail or $50 fine. That will teach him.

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