Kentucky teen missing after supposedly receiving online messages for modeling and acting jobs FOUND

UPDATE 12/25/16 – The Pulaski County Sheriff’s office has stated that  Sabrina was found by deputies in Pulaski County on Saturday night, safe and unharmed.

Sabrina Lowther, 17, from Somerset, Kentucky went missing on December 14, 2016.

There have been reports stating that she received several online messages offering her modeling and acting jobs, reports WYMT news,  but the police have not verified this information.

“There is no reason to suspect that Lowther was kidnapped,” said Deputy Karl Clinard, spokesman for the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office told the Lexington Herald Leader.

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Sabrina is 5’6” and 105 pounds with light brown hair, and blue eyes.  She has three tattoos and was last seen wearing a floral top, blue jeans and white Converse shoes.

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The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office released this information:

The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office would like to update the information on Sabrina Lowther, age 17, who has been reported as a missing person from Pulaski County, Kentucky. The Sheriff’s Office is actively pursuing several leads, including a possible sighting by a friend and an alleged phone call that Sabrina made to another friend that would indicate Sabrina is safe. There is no information at this time that indicates she is the victim of foul play. However, due to the fact we are unaware of her whereabouts or who she may come in contact with, we are very concerned about Sabrina’s safety.

The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office asks that if anyone has seen or talked to her, please contact them at 606-678-5145.  The police are also making a personal appeal to Sabrina to call them so they can make sure she is safe.

 

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