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South Euclid Police looking for help to find missing 15-year-old girl

Have you seen her?
Credit: South Euclid Police
Damaiah E. Becote, 15.

SOUTH EUCLID, Ohio — Can you help find this young girl?

The South Euclid Police Department is looking for the public's help finding a missing girl, last seen on Tuesday night. 

According to police, 15-year-old Damaiah E. Becote has not been seen since 10:45 p.m. on Feb. 23, when she left her Hinsdale Road home. Police say that Damaiah did not have her mother's consent to leave the house. 

The young girl's mother woke up on Wednesday morning to find that her daughter was not in the house. Damaiah's mother immediately called officials to investigate her daughter's disappearance. 

Anyone with information in encouraged to contact the South Euclid Police Department by phone (216)381-1234 or email JDiLillo@sepolice.us. 

Credit: South Euclid Police
Damaiah E. Becote, 15.

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