Endangered runaway teen sought by Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office

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The Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help as they continue to search for an endangered runaway teenage girl.

As of April 3, Jade Miller is still missing, but was seen in the Dalton, Ga. area and in the Cleveland, Tenn. area with other girls in a white Jeep Cherokee. No tag information is available. 

Miller, 16, ran away from her residence in the Lake Tansi community on March 12. 

“Jade Miller is an endangered runaway and must be located and picked up,” the latest post from the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office states.

If you have any information contact Sgt. Gary Howard, Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office at (931) 484-6176 or 1-800-TBI-FIND or 1-800-THE LOST.

Miller is described as 5 foot, 10 inches weighing 130 pounds; with blond hair and blue eyes. 

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