Ohio authorities were looking for a girl who hasn’t been seen considering that leaving house Sunday to go to a tanning beauty salon that was enabled to reopen after the easing of statewide coronavirus lockdown measures.
” She yelled, ‘I’m going to go tan. I’ll be right back.’ and I was like, ‘Okay, take care,’ 18- year-old Madison Bell’s mom informed Fox 19 Cincinnati “She left and I haven’t spoken with her given that.”
The tanning beauty salon remained in Greenfield, and Madison never kept her appointment.
Melissa Bell tried to find her daughter and discovered her vehicle a brief range from the tanning beauty parlor in a church parking lot.
Madison Bell’s keys were in the ignition and her cellular phone was in the car.
” Whoever has her, bring her home to her household,” the mom told the station. “This is not best. You don’t take her and not bring her house. She needs to be back home where she’s safe.”
The Highland County Sheriff’s office said they are trying to find a white cars and truck with possible California tags, according to the station.
Bell goes to school and was in her senior year, her mom stated.
The station said the parking lot where her car was found was being considered a crime scene.
Tanning salons were shuttered under Ohio’s coronavirus lockdown order but permitted to reopen on May 15, along with other businesses.
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