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15-year-old girl with mental disability missing, possibly endangered

15-year-old girl with mental disability missing, possibly endangered



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TAYLOSRVILLE — The Unified Police Department has issued an endangered missing advisory for a Taylorsville teen who has not been seen since Saturday night.

Police say 15-year-old Olivia Graham left home Saturday at around 2:00 p.m. after getting into an argument with her mother. She took several of her belongings with her and has not been heard from since that time. She lives in the area of 1800 West and 5000 South.

Graham has several mental disabilities which require medication. Police say she functions at roughly a 9-year- old level. Due to her condition and not being medicated for over 24 hours, it is possible for Graham to become violent and put herself and others in danger.

Who to call...
Anyone with information on Graham's whereabouts is asked to call Unified Police at (801) 743- 7000.

"The UPD has been searching the area extensively. We also have detectives investigating this case, but have been unable to locate her," police said in the advisory.

Graham was last seen wearing black athletic shorts, a black and grey tank top and a cream and gray jacket. She has brown hair down to her shoulders, brown eyes, is 5 foot 4 inches and weighs roughly 100 pounds.

Anyone with information on Graham's whereabouts is asked to call Unified Police at (801) 743-7000.


David Self Newlin

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