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SALT LAKE CITY — Police in California believe a teen missing for more than 24 hours may travel through Utah on Monday. They asked residents of northern Utah to be on the lookout for her.
Marylee Humke, 13, was last seen just north of Sacramento in Red Bluff, Calif., early Sunday morning, according to a news release from the Nor-Cal Alliance for the Missing.
Police said she was at a friend's house when she got into a car with a man in his late 20s, who she may have met online. That car possibly has Tennessee license plates, although the exact make and model have not been released.
Investigators believe the teen and the man are driving through Reno and then possibly to Utah, with a final stop in Tennessee.
The girl is described as 5 feet 7 inches tall, 120 pounds, wearing black jeans and a purple NorthFace sweatshirt. She has brown hair and blue eyes. Police do not believe she has a cellphone or any money with her.
Anyone who sees the teen is asked to call the Red Bluff Police Department at 530-527-3131 or call local dispatch.