Missing Missouri teen Mackenna Mihon believed to be endangered, police say

Authorities in Missouri are asking for the public’s help locating a teenager who vanished last week after being seen getting into a car at a convenience store in Springfield, according to multiple reports.

Police said Mackenna Milhon, 19, went missing Friday after she was seen at the Kum & Go convenience store on North National Avenue, Ozarks Independent reported. She was seen getting into a black vehicle, according to KYTV.

On Monday morning, police issued an endangered person advisory for Milhon, KOLR reported.

Police said Milhon has a "diagnosed mental illness," according to Ozarks Independent. Authorities did not elaborate.

According to KYTV, police described Milhon as 5 feet, 3 inches and 130 pounds. She has red or auburn hair, hazel eyes, a light complexion and the word "prosper" tattooed on her right forearm.

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