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Spokane Valley mother seeks help finding missing teen

Alyssa Marie Morehouse, 13, has been missing from her Spokane Valley home since Sunday. (Lisa Howard / Courtesy)
Alyssa Marie Morehouse, 13, has been missing from her Spokane Valley home since Sunday. (Lisa Howard / Courtesy)
From staff reports

A Spokane Valley mother is hoping for help finding her missing teenage daughter.

Alyssa Marie Morehouse, 13, was last seen Sunday at her home in the Granite Pointe II apartment complex at 12925 E Mansfield Ave. in Spokane Valley.

She is wearing blue jeans and a dark gray hoodie with the word “LOVE” written on the front in light purple lettering.

Her mother, Lisa Howard, said the girl is considered a high-risk runaway. She’s left home before, but has always checked in with family or friends soon after, Howard said. No one has heard from her since she left, and she hasn’t posted anything on social media.

Howard is working with the Spokane County Sheriff’s Office to find her daughter and wants to contact her to make sure she’s safe. Anyone with information about her whereabouts can call Howard directly at (509) 842-6281 or Crime Check at (509) 456-2233.

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