Arkansas State Police are searching for a teen girl who vanished on Monday night.
Trynytee Case, 17 was last seen walking with a colleague to their vehicles at the Pour Some Sugar on Me bakery in Hot Springs shortly after 9 p.m. Monday. According to 40/29 News, the pair saw an unknown white woman standing near a parked car as they approached the parking lot.
The woman told the pair that she was lost and didn’t have her cellphone on her, and needed to call her parents, who have a condo in Hot Springs. The woman then reportedly asked Trynytee to come closer so she could use her phone.
Trynytee’s co-worker said she left to get her car while Trynytee waited behind. When the co-worker returned, Trynytree was gone.
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The co-work said she called Trynytee’s number several times without success. Trynytee’s mother also called her and said her daughters answered the phone and said everything was fine.
A male then took the phone and demanded $10,000 for the girl’s safe return, while threatening to kill and cut her up if his demands were not met.
According to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, police said the victim’s phone last pinged south of Hot Springs on U.S. Highway 7, heading southbound. Her car is a White 4-door Honda Accord, a 2014-2017 model.
Trynytee is described as a White female who stands 5-feet-6-inches tall and weighs around 115 pounds. She was last seen wearing leggings, white shows, a “Pour Some Sugar on Me” shirt, and a blue hoodie. She has brown and hazel eyes.
Anyone with information about Tryntee’s whereabouts should contact the Hot Springs Police Department at 501-651-7711.
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