Destiny Hilton: Teen missing Canoe Creek Pennsylvania

December 06, 2014 Destiny Hilton, 17, left a relatives home in Canoe Creek, Blair County, Pennsylvania.

  • Destiny Hilton
  • 5 feet 5 inches tall and 130 pounds
  • Tattoos on wrists say “Stay and Strong”
  • Hair Color might be dark brown or black
According to her mother, Destiny was visiting her Grandparents, She had apparently stepped out, either to go to the store, a walk, or see a friend.

Please Contact:

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Kenneth Ray Rinderhagen Is she found 29 minutes ago Brooke Pacifico Not that I know of I don’t talk to her anymore 28 minutes ago · Sent from Messenger Kenneth Ray Rinderhagen Is she worse than her mom After talking to her mom i dont blame for not talking to destiny Do you know were her body is 20 minutes ago Brooke Pacifico What do u mean She’s not dead 20 minutes ago · Sent from Messenger Kenneth Ray Rinderhagen Oh are sure 18 minutes ago Brooke Pacifico I don’t know where she is I talked To her like before Christmas she told me she was staying with her friend’s that’s all I know I haven’t had contact with her again and I didn’t know she was missing or I would have contacted her family 18 minutes ago · Sent from Messenger Kenneth Ray Rinderhagen Oh coolness you save the world from grees Greef So she did abduct one of the local boys and she is holding his family hostage 14 minutes ago Brooke Pacifico I have no clue 13 minutes ago · Sent from Messenger Kenneth Ray Rinderhagen Ahh hah caught you 13 minutes ago Brooke Pacifico Huh? What the hell are you talking about? Who are you and what do u want?

–>Hollidaysburg Barracks
Pennsylvania State Police
At 814-696-6100

Canoe Creek, Blair County, Pennsylvania.

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