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Police seeking runaway who's been missing for over a month

Hannah Grace McHale (Source: Clinton Police Department) Hannah Grace McHale (Source: Clinton Police Department)

CLINTON, AR (KAIT) – Clinton Police are currently looking for a runaway teen who has been missing for over a month now. They said she might be hiding with her boyfriend in the northeast Arkansas area.

According to Officer Scott Solomon, 15-year-old Hannah Grace McHale has been missing since July 16. He said she was originally reported missing around 7:19 a.m. by her grandmother, who has legal and physical custody of her.

She is described as 5 feet, 4 inches tall and weighing around 107 pounds. Solomon said she has blonde hair and blue eyes. She is thought to be with her boyfriend, Nathan King, of Rector, who was also reported missing by his mother.

"It should be noted that when Ms. McHale ran away back last month [June], she was with her boyfriend…," added Solomon.

Solomon said her grandmother had last seen McHale the night before her disappearance as she and her second granddaughter were going to bed. McHale was reportedly still awake in the living room folding clothes but was gone the next morning along with her grandmother's credit card.

When the grandmother reported her credit card stolen, the company told her the card had been used twice in Harrison and once in Paragould.

McHale has also been entered on National Crime Information Center (NCIC) as a runaway/missing juvenile.

If you have information on the whereabouts of Hannah Grace McHale, please call the Clinton Police Department at (501) 745-4997 or your local law enforcement agency.

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