Missoula Police Searching for Two Runaway Girls
The Missoula Police Department is asking for help in finding two runaway girls. 16-year-old Elissa Hawk (pictured above) ran away last Friday, August 1 and then came home on the 3rd, she then left a second time on Monday the 4th.
Police reports describe her as a 5'3" white female, weighing approximately 115 lbs. She had green/red hair that extends past her shoulders as well as numerous piercings in both ears and also wears a nose ring.
A second girl, 15-year-old Jobia Means (pictured below), reportedly jumped out of her father's car near the intersection of Orange and 3rd streets in Missoula. She was last seen walking eastbound on 3rd toward Higgins Avenue. Means is described as a Native American female, 5'4" tall and weighing 148lbs, with shoulder length brown hair that is dyed purple. She reportedly has "spiral ear gauges", and was last seen wearing black and white printed leggings, and a t-shirt of unknown color.
Anyone with information about the location of either of these girls is advised to call 9-1-1 or the Missoula Police Department at (406) 552-6300.