Missing Va. 14-year-old found safe in Wisconsin

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Sanise Diamonique Hall [NOTE: Officials said Hall no longer wears braces, may have red highlights and may be wearing a fake nose ring.]

UPDATE: 14-year-old Sanise Diamonique Hall, who has been missing since the early morning hours of Sunday, August 16, 2015, has been safely located in Wisconsin Thursday afternoon.

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. — State police and the Virginia Missing Children Clearinghouse have issued an Endangered Missing Child Alert for a 14-year-old Suffolk girl last seen Sunday who is believed to be in danger.

The Suffolk Police Department is searching for Sanise Diamonique Hall. The teen, who was last seen early Sunday morning at 2024 Barclay Place in Suffolk, has a prescription for Prozac and is without her meds.

“Her mother made the report to the Suffolk Police Department on August 16, 2015 after her daughter left their home in the 2000 block of Barclay Place in northern Suffolk during the early morning hours today without permission,” officials posted on Facebook.”

Hall is described as African-American, five feet two inches tall and weighing 94 pounds. She as brown eyes and black hair with red streaks and may be wearing a fake nose ring. She was last seen wearing a black hoodie, black tank top, red pajama bottoms with pink hearts and flip flops.

Additionally, officials said Hall has a scar above her right eye as well as one on her back from a recent surgery.

Officials think Hall may be headed to Florida.

Please contact detective Matthew Faubion, Suffolk Police Department at 757-377-6746 or the Virginia State Police at 1-800-822-4453.