8/20/20 – The Lower Paxton Township police have stated that Destiny has returned home.
UPDATE: The FBI has been called in.
Destiny Snyder, 13, is missing from Pennsylvania. She was last seen on Saturday, August 15, 2020 and went missing between 2:30 a.m. and 8 a.m. from her home in Lower Paxton Township.
The police and tracking dogs were able to track her to a bench on Utah Avenue located a few minutes away. The teen’s parents said they believe she willingly left her home, but it’s unclear whether she was abducted or had someone pick her up at the bench, according to WGAL.
Cameras along that street have been looked at but there are no leads from that.
A post began to circulate that may explain why it appears she took off on her own, but it is too sensitive of a subject for me to divulge here, even though it was apparently posted by Destiny’s mother.
Other information is the following:
Kenneth Snyder posted also:
Destiny is 5 feet, 2 inches tall and weighs about 110 pounds. She has long brown hair.
Anyone with information on Destiny’s whereabouts is asked to call Lower Paxton Police at Dauphin County Dispatch, 717-558-6900.