By: KDKA-TV News Staff
UNIONTOWN (KDKA) — State police are looking for a young woman who was reported missing by her parents in Fayette County.READ MORE: Driver Of Vehicle Hits Pedestrian In Squirrel Hill
According to state police, Katilyn Davis left a note last Monday saying she wanted to run away from her home in Point Marion. She left that same day around 6:30 p.m.
Her parents reported her as missing last Tuesday.READ MORE: Foo Fighters Bringing 2022 Tour To Pittsburgh
They say she may have went to West Virginia.
Davis is described as being 5-feet-9-inches tall and weighs about 209 pounds. She has blue eyes, red hair, a paw print tattoo on her left wrist and a nose ring.
State Police Uniontown is searching for Katilyn Davis who left her residence in Point Marion Fayette County. It is possible that Davis went to West Virginia. Please refer to attached memo and photo pic.twitter.com/kEKIT3FdZM
— Troopers Bondarenka, Broadwater & Allison (@PSPTroopBPIO) August 31, 2020
Anyone with information on where Davis disappeared to is asked to call state police in Uniontown at 724-439-7111.MORE NEWS: KDKA-TV Turkey Fund Final Total Helps More Than 38K Families Have Thanksgiving Meals
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