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Police Seek Help Finding 15-Year-Old Franklin Township Girl

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Shyyane Coley, 15 Credits: Courtesy of Franklin Township Police Department
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FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, NJ - The Franklin Township Police Department is seeking help finding 15-year-old Shyyane Coley, missing from her home since April 16. 

"Shyyane is described as a light skinned, African American female, 5’05” and 190 pounds," Lt. Phillip Rizzo said.

"She was last seen wearing a navy blue jacket, navy blue short sleeve shirt, jeans and white converse sneakers."

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She has several friends and family members and is known to frequent the New Brunswick and Trenton areas, according to law officials.  

It was reported to police that Coley left her residence in the Township after an argument with her mother.

Anyone with information about Shyanne Coley or her whereabouts are asked to contact the Franklin Township Police Department at 732-873-2300 or Det. Trevor Wilson at 732-873-5533 extension 3148

 

 

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