A Michigan high school student hasn’t been seen since last week as the search continues.
Adriana Davidson was last in touch with her parents around 9am on Friday 27 January when she was on her way to school and was last seen by friends at around 11am that same day outside Pioneer High School in Ann Arbor west of Detriot.
The 15-year-old from Scio Township is a sophomore at the school, according to WDIV.
Adriana was reported missing on Saturday at 12.10am, prompting the search by deputies from the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office.
The school, where she was last spotted, is located at West Stadium Boulevard and Main Street in the Allmendinger Heights neighbourhood of Ann Arbor.
When she didn’t come home on Friday, family and friends started to search the area for her, and she was reported missing when that effort was unsuccessful.
No official information has been shared regarding why or how she vanished.
Ann Arbor Public Schools said in a statement that “student and staff safety remain the top priority”.
They added that the sheriff’s office issued a missing person alert for the 10-grade student “through their Washtenaw Alert system on Saturday night”.
“We appreciate that members of our AAPS team have been working diligently and closely with the authorities throughout this weekend in support of this situation,” Ann Arbor Public Schools said.
The school district noted that “in addition to Adriana’s peer group, some students and staff who do not know Adriana personally may also be impacted by hearing this information, especially if they have situations in their own lives that make them more vulnerable right now,” emphasising that “social emotional support is available in our schools, and in counseling offices as needed across our AAPS campuses”.
In a statement, the sheriff’s office said that “anyone with information related to the whereabouts of Adriana is asked to contact Washtenaw Metro Dispatch at 734-994-2911 or through our confidential tip line at 734-973-7711”.