(The Guilford County Sheriff’s Office has reported that Vanessa Isabella Medlin has been found and reunited with her family.)
On Monday, June 12, the Guilford County Sheriff’s Department put out a notice for a missing teenage girl who hasn’t been seen since Saturday morning.
According to the department, Vanessa Isabella Medlin was last seen on Saturday, June 10.
Sheriff’s deputies responded to a call at 6450 Bethel Church Road in Gibsonville after a report of the missing girl.
Vanessa Medlin – who goes by the name “Bella” – is described as about 5’5″ and 150 lbs.
The 15-year-old is also said to have “medium length black hair, brown eyes” and “an olive complexion.”
Medlin is of Hispanic descent and, according to the report, she may be wearing a blue/gray Navy hoodie with “JROTC” written on it. She could also be wearing blue jeans and black Saucony brand shoes that have an orange stripe across them.
The last time she was seen was at her residence on the morning of June 10.
The missing person’s report from the department notes that this is an active investigation.
The Sheriff’s Office asks that, if you have any information at all about the current whereabouts of Medlin, or any other information that could help authorities find her, you contact Detective Z. Cabral at the Sheriff’s Office. Cabral can be reached at 336-641-5773.
Alternatively, you can call Guilford County Crime Stoppers at 336-373-1000.
All calls to Crime Stoppers are confidential. Law enforcement authorities state that no names are used, and no calls are taped or traced when calling Crime Stoppers.